Public Relations Team
Students woke up early Monday morning in order to make it to their classes at Franklin Hall. The larger classes such as Documentary Film and TV News got to check out the necessary equipment for the week. many students are excited to begin filming tomorrow for their package story or documentary. The other classes have been assigned projects of a smaller scale to begin working on journalistic skills like interviewing or working a DSLR camera.
HSJI Sports Broadcasting students learn the basics of photoshop in a media library.
Students learn the basics of camera and microphone usage in the commons of Franklin Hall.
“Birthday Girl” Ashley Johnson takes her newly acquired equipment back to the Documentary Film Class.
Lawson McAteer waits in line to get his equipment for TV newscasting.
Emma Long jumps right in to using the camera during class time.
Arts & Entertainment student …
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Get a glance at the exciting renovations being made to IU’s new Media School.
Don’t be fooled by Bilqis Turner’s gentle countenance— she has a fighting spirit and unrelenting determination to achieve her dreams–wherever they make take her.
As the last full day of HSJI is slowly coming to a close, I thought I would type up a quick reflection of my week here as a member of the PR Team.
The High School Journalism Institute has survived a long time. Find out what has changed in 70 years and what never will.
Click and read to learn about HSJI Student Christina Johnson.
Tess Plazek shares some information about HSJI student Nick Wagner.
Jaelyn White shares some information about HSJI student Gretel Payne.
As many may know, the Media School will begin moving into Franklin Hall, July 25. Since 1954, the journalism department at IU has been stationed in Ernie Pyle Hall. This building, named after the famous journalist Ernie Pyle himself, holds a special meaning to IU students, faculty, and alumni. HSJI students (this week and next week) will be the last group of journalists to be taught in Ernie Pyle Hall. After next week, Ernie Pyle Hall will no longer be used to teach up-and-coming journalists. In the Yearbook class, instructor Jeff Gabbard (and Janet McKinney who is not pictured) discussed the themes of yearbooks and what makes a good and bad yearbook with their students. …
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The Media School begins moving into its new home on July 25. The Public Relations Team managed a sneak peek of the state-of-the-art facilities.