Experienced video journalists can apply for an award to cover expenses and registration for the NPPA Advanced Storytelling Workshop April 8-13, 2018 at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.
For the winner of this award, the National Press Photographers Foundation will cover $1,000 for travel and other expenses. The Advanced StoryTelling Workshop will also waive the $590 registration fee for the winner.
The award is open only to NPPA members in good standing who are working professional video photojournalists. Applicants must have at least two years full-time employment as a video photojournalist. The award is not intended for beginning video journalists but rather those who have mastered the basics of good video storytelling.
Applicants must have at least two years full-time employment as a video photojournalist.
The Advanced Storytelling Workshop is a hands-on program that mixes classroom sessions with opportunities to produce on-deadline stories that showcase what participants have learned. There are regular assignment meetings where story ideas are evaluated and refined. Developing a clear focus before shooting begins is emphasized, and stories are under real-world deadlines. Faculty that includes some of the best reporters and visual journalists in the industry constructively critique the final projects.
The application deadline is January 31, 2018, and the application form is here.
The information is here for the NPPA Advanced Storytelling Workshop and registration.
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