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Summer High School Media Workshops June 16th - 20
Date:  Thursday, June 20th, 2013
Time:  All Day
Location:  Mass Media & Technology Building
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Summer Media Workshops  June 16th - 20

Click here to look behind the scenes and view student work from the 2013 Media Workshops.

From on-line to on-air and so much more.  The 11th annual High School Media workshops offer four days of training in either a photojournalism track or a film workshop covering every facet of the independent cinema process.

Designed to challenge and motivate students this annual workshop is sponsored by the Kentucky High School Media Institute and the School of Journalism & Broadcasting.

All workshops will be taught through a collaborative effort by the School of Journalism & Broadcasting faculty.

For more information contact the School of Journalism & Broadcasting E-mail the workshop coordinator, Charlotte Turtle at charlotte.turtle@wku.edu

A component of the 21st Century Media Program of Distinction at Western Kentucky University, the Kentucky High School Media Institute is funded by Kentucky's Council on Post-Secondary Education Regional Excellence Trust Fund. The Institute's primary goal is to support and supplement scholastic journalism endeavors in Kentucky.

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