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Thursday, August 9 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
MMJ Life: Surviving and Thriving

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Being a multimedia journalist is tough but it's the reality of television news. This session will inspire journalists to embrace being a multimedia journalist. The panel will share tips and tricks on being an MMJ including how to spice up your creativity, how to get good lighting on the go and how to build a reel that will get you noticed.

Speakers
avatar for Elise Hu

Elise Hu

International Correspondent, NPR
I'm NPR's founding Seoul bureau chief, responsible for covering Japan and the Koreas. I host a travel video series called Elise Tries. Previously I helped launch The Texas Tribune and was a television reporter in Texas, Missouri and South Carolina. Proud Mizzou J-School alum and a... Read More →
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Stephen Jiwanmall

Multimedia Journalist, WTXL ABC 27
Stephen has been a multimedia journalist at WTXL, the ABC affiliate in Florida's capital since 2015. He serves as the co-chair of the Small Market Broadcast Journalists affinity group and the vice president of AAJA Florida. He was a VOICES participant in 2013 and previously served... Read More →
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Tiffany Liou

Multi-Media Journalist, WFAA
Tiffany Liou is a reporter at WFAA in Dallas. She loves working as a solo-journalist – shooting, writing and editing her work. It’s all part of her storytelling process. Tiffany’s roots are in the Bay Area, California, but she’s told stories across the... Read More →
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Madeleine Rivera

Multimedia reporter, Fox News Network
Madeleine is a multimedia reporter with Fox News. She is based in Houston._x000D_ _x000D_ Before working at Fox News, she was a reporter at News 12 Connecticut. She was also a reporter at Spectrum News Albany._x000D_ _x000D_ As a reporter for Fox News, she’s covered the Austin... Read More →


Thursday August 9, 2018 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Fort Bend 1777 Walker St, Houston, TX 77010

Attendees (26)