The Red Hook Daily Catch, a new local publication, is interested in hiring journalism interns from our department to do in-person reporting in the Red Hook area, which is just 40 minutes from New Paltz. This is an excellent opportunity for our students–it’s not far away, and it’s paid.
Content Studio NY at Martinelli Custom Publishing offers an array of unpaid internships specific to Digital Media and Journalism. Continue reading
When you look at your progress report and see you need upper-division electives (300- or 400-level classes), you may wonder where to find these.
Here’s a list of regular electives the Digital Media and Journalism offers, and the frequency we offer them. Note that new courses are featured every once in awhile, so please view the FULL DMJ Schedule of Classes: Continue reading
Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress is looking for a Video Production/Editing Intern for the Summer 2022. Intern would receive mentoring from Adam Bosch, SUNY New Paltz alumnus and President of Pattern for Progress, and other staff. Continue reading
Please read the FAQ and presentation and watch both videos below:
Join us November 3 for a special event:
Gayle x Gayle: A Father-Daughter Journey into Living While Black Through Photojournalism
Wednesday November 3, 4-5pm On WebEx (please note new link)
Introduction by Adrienne Lee Atterberry, PhD
PRODiG Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, SUNY New Paltz
Please read the chapter The Promise from C Wright Mills’ book, The Sociological Imagination to prepare.
Professor Gayle will take us on an engaging journey into the photographic documentation of Black life over six decades by both Professor Gayle and her father, the late James Gayle. There are recurring themes in the images, which mainstream media overlooked for one reason or another.
As we look at this project’s images, where does the sociological imagination fit?
And when talking about reality, whose reality is it?
Let’s spend an evening engaging in this conversation from a mass communications, fine art, and sociological point of view.
Gina Gayle, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in Visual and Multimedia Storytelling at Emerson College. She is a photojournalist, educator, and researcher earning her doctorate in Mass Communications from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Recent awards and fellowships include the Hearst Newspaper Journalism Fellowship and the NABJ Gulf Coast Fellowship. More info at this link.
This event is hosted by Eddy at New Paltz and co-sponsored by the Photography Program / Art Department, the James H. Ottaway Sr. Visiting Professor of Journalism Program, the Digital Media and Journalism Department, The Sociology Department, and the Faculty Development Center.
Do you need to catch up or get ahead on credits? Winter courses are a perfect way to do that from the comfort of your home!
This year, winter courses will run from Dec. 27, 2021 through Jan. 17, 2022.
We are looking forward to working with you this semester. Our industry is changing. Radio, television, film, online media, and journalism are still being produced and/or broadcast, but with the challenges of the pandemic, the landscape of media careers has shifted. We are keeping a close eye on industry standards and expectations. Technological advances are being made daily. Many of these changes will be here to stay even beyond the pandemic. Continue reading
Tammy Kim, this year’s James H. Ottaway Sr. Visiting Professor of Journalism, is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in the New Yorker, the Columbia Journalism of Review and New York Review of Books. She is also a contributing opinion writer at the New York Times. Continue reading
Get the popcorn ready and take some time to watch our students’ capstone projects from Seminar in Digital Filmmaking, Department of Digital Media and Journalism. Consider this a self-guided virtual screening. Continue reading