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Long Distance Backpack Journalism With Bruce Jones

WASHINGTON, 15 August 2010 — Bob Shea (r) talks with Bruce Jones during the 12-15 August Backpack Journalism Workshop With Bill Gentile. In the center is Final Cut Pro Certified Instructor Kelly Donnellan. At far left is Jeff Mead. (Photo by Bill Gentile)

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Final Cut Pro and “Three Dimensional Chess”

WASHINGTON, 14 August 2010 — Final Cut Pro Certified Instructor Kelly Donnellan (l) assists Gail Massari at the Backpack Journalism Workshop With Bill Gentile in Washington, DC. Behind them are Bob Shea (l) and Jeffy Mead, who drove to Washington from Rochester, NY, to attend the event. Gail Massari flew in from Raleigh, North Carolina. […]

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On the Third Day There Was Editing

WASHINGTON, 14 August 2010 — On the third day of our Backpack Journalism Workshop, Jeff Mead (l) edits a piece that he and Bob Shea shot and produce. The mini doc is about “Street Sense,” a nationwide newspaper produced by and about the homeless. Mead and Shea drove from Rochester to attend the four-day workshop. […]

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Backpack Journalism Workshops in Mexico City: Group 1

MEXICO CITY, 1 May 2010 — Here’s the first graduating class of our Backpack Journalism Workshops in Mexico City. This group included working journalists, mid-career professionals in other fields and students. What a great group of highly talented, motivated people. It was such a pleasure to work with them. This was the first of two, […]

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Backpack Journalism Workshop in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY, 29 April 2010 — We’re in the second day of my Backpack Journalism Workshop in Mexico City. Here it’s called, “Taller de Periodismo de Mochila.” It’s the first of two workshops I’m conducting in the Mexican capital. The workshops are sponsored by the U.S. State Department and the Fundacion Mexicana de Periodismo de […]

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Part II: Bill Gentile on Backpack Journalism

WASHINGTON, 22 April 2010 — This is Part II of Bill Gentile on Backpack Journalism with the International Journalists’ Network.

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