Calling all videos!
The “Carnival of Journalism” is a monthly question posed to the journalism community that seeks insightful responses and a place to share ideas. David Cohn (of Spot.us fame) started the Carnival and USC’s online journalists are curating this month’s question.
Here’s what to do.
1. Answer the question: “What is your most dangerous idea for pushing the boundaries of journalism?”
2. Record your response via video. (iPhone, Android, YouTube, webcam, or any way you can)
3. Send videos or links to your posting/video to: email@example.com by April 30th!
We will highlight entries as they arrive, and create a multimedia summary once all entries have been submitted. Check out the tag cloud on this page for a live peek at submissions.
Please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page (FAQ) for detailed instructions.
The April “Carnival of Journalism” is hosted by online journalism students at the USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, and associate professor Andrew Lih (alih at usc dot edu).
Marc Lavallee and Matt Ericson from the New York Times weighed in with their thoughts for the first contributions to April’s Carnival.
|Matt Ericson is the deputy graphics editor at the New York Times||Marc Lavallee is the lead social media developer at the New York Times|