Happy New Year from the Center for Communication! We are busy preparing for the spring 2009 semester. So far, topics include: financial journalism, music marketing, biography writing, children's media, investigative journalism, crisis communications, online food media and the new media economy. (Log on to www.cencom.org for updates on these seminars.)
You can catch episodes of our weekly television show, MEDIA CITY: INSIDE THE INDUSTRY on NYC TV, (Channel 74, Time Warner Cable) to hear from top media professionals as they explore and debate the latest developments in the industry. Find out from the pros the secrets to breaking into all fields of media and communications. Go to www.cencom.org for show times, or to view:
Magazines: Survival of the Fittest
Learn from leading editors and publishers what the future holds for the magazine industry, why fitness magazines continue to thrive in a down market, and tips for getting your foot in the door.
Election Coverage 2008
To learn what went wrong and what went right during the 2008 presidential election year, tune in to hear from leading political journalists, including Matt Taibbi from Rolling Stone, Hendrik Hertzberg from The New Yorker and Rachel Sklar from The Huffington Post. Get an insider's perspective on the ups and downs of what became one of the most exciting and unpredictable political contests, maybe ever!
Richard Price: From Novel to Screen
Famous for his gritty and realistic exploration of urban life in America, Price's work attracts comparisons to Saul Bellow, Tom Wolfe and David Mamet, and his recently published novel, Lush Life, has been widely praised for its realistic dialogue, sharp and witty observations and keen eye for social detail. Price joined us last October for a frank and hilarious talk about his amazing career writing for the movies. He also gave lots of valuable advice and moral support to the aspiring writers in the audience. Price's screenwriting credits include: The Color of Money, Sea of Love, Clockers, Mad Dog and Glory, Ransom, Shaft and HBO's The Wire.
BE A CENCOM STUDENT REP
We are always looking for students to spread the word around campus about our FREE seminars and workshops. Perks include priority registration for our very much in-demand on-location visits that offer amazing opportunities to connect, one-on-one with future employers. Spread the word to other students and join us to learn everything you need to know about what it takes to break into major media companies based in NYC. Email email@example.com for more information.
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Stay connected with the Center, network with students and professionals interested in media, and discuss issues happening in today's media world on our discussion board. Join us at: The Center
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FREE PANEL OF LEADING DESIGNERS OFFERED THIS MONTH!!
THE ART AND DESIGN OF "UGLY BETTY"
Presented with the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting. Don't miss this outstanding panel featuring the creative design team behind the award-winning ABC hit series "Ugly Betty."
DATE: Wednesday, January 28, 2009, 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
LOCATION: The Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan.
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre at The Fashion Institute of Technology, D Building (corner of 27th & 7th Avenue).
SILVIO HORTA - Executive Producer/Creator
PATRICIA FIELD - Costume Designer
MOLLY ROGERS - Associate Costume Designer
MARK WORTHINGTON - Production Designer
ROBERT BERNARD - Graphics Designer
RICH DEVINE - Set Decorator
MODERATOR: KATHERINE OLIVER
Seating is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, January 26.
For more information about these programs, visit http://www.nyc.gov/film.