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TV Search in Journalism at Emerson College (Webinar Jan. 26)

January 12 2011 by Rachel Abbott

Folks, a tremendous peer-to-peer learning opportunity is on the horizon. Joining us from Emerson College in the heart of Boston, Journalism Professor Paul Niwa hosts an exclusive webinar with SnapStream on Wednesday, January 26.

Professor Niwa, a longtime SnapStream user and pro, will share his best insights on the academic use of television search technology. Niwa teaches graduate-level journalism courses at Emerson, where he relies on SnapStream to find interesting TV content and create clips for lectures. Emerson students also have full lab access to SnapStream to conduct their own content analysis and broadcast research.

If you work in some capacity of higher education (or K-12), you're probably wondering:

• How does TV search work?
• Why is it especially useful for studying broadcast journalism?
• How did Emerson College analyze TV content in the past?
• What are the best practices and research methods?

You'll glean the answers to all of these curious questions. And you'll come to understand how core teaching styles have changed as a result of embracing digital recording and TV search appliances.

TV Search in Journalism at Emerson College

When: Wednesday, January 26
Time: 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. EST
Register: Link to GoToMeeting

- About Paul Niwa -

Journalism Professor Paul NiwaPaul Niwa has a successful career as a TV producer on top of his nine years of teaching journalism at Emerson College. He launched two international television networks, six newscasts, and a streaming media newscast for NBC, CNBC, and StockHouse Media, Canada's largest internet company. He also helped NBC create "Early Today" and the award-winning "NBC Asia Evening News" in Hong Kong.

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