It's been a busy week for good news and I just wanted to be sure to share a few of the links!
Harvard's Nieman Journalism Lab interviewed me a couple weeks back on The Tiziano Project and just posted their article:
What if online video could prevent genocide? That's what three USC Annenberg School graduate students wondered when they hopped a flight to Rwanda a few years ago, Flip cameras in their carry-ons... [Read on]
USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism shows a little love for their former alumni as well:
The Tiziano Project, a nonprofit collaborative media organization staffed or directed by multiple USC Annenberg alumni and students, recently won the New Media Institute's 2010 "Best in Industry" New Media Award in the Culture - Multimedia Storytelling category... [Read on]
And a couple left over articles from back at FotoweekDC that I forgot to share:
FotoWeek DC kicked-off this week with a launch party at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Guests enjoyed cocktails, music and dancing as well as free access to the Corcoran's permanent collection. International Awards Competition entries were on display and winners were unveiled, including People's Choice winner, Jon Vidar and Spirit of Washington winner, Flore de Preneuf... [Read on]
If the name "Jon Vidar" sounds familiar, it is because he was also a winner in the 2009 FotoWeek DC competition, with an Award of Honor in the Travel category... [Read on]
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