The (un)maidenly podcast is looking for a Spring 2023 intern to help edit and produce their weekly podcast. Interns will be paid and can expect to work 8 hours a week (120 hours total). All work will be done remotely and interns will be given access to the equipment and software needed to produce the podcast. On top of editing and production, interns will help with some marketing tasks – familiarity with Canva is a must !
Have you heard of New Paltz’s Media Society or the FILM48 Festival? Continue reading
The Department of Digital Media and Journalism is excited to announce the revamp of its student club, the Media Society! The Media Society runs under the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) umbrella. 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
Cappricielli Productions is seeking multiple interns to aid in the production of The Legend of Lake Ronkonkoma: The Lady of the Lake. Interns will work remotely via Zoom then transfer to in-person work once production begins. Internships are unpaid with the possibility of employment once the program has finished. Continue reading
Congratulations to our students for their Award of Excellence at the Broadcast Education Association International Festival of Media Arts: Erin Wolcott, Conner Sweeney, George Catechis & Jillian Pugliese, SUNY New Paltz (all Digital Media Production majors, class of 2020). Their Documentary short film, Ben (Not the Fish), earned this highly competitive prize during one of the most unusual years in our world’s history.
The 2020 International Hunter Mountain Film Festival runs from Oct. 23 to 25, and New Paltz DMJ students can get free access to all their program offerings.
Last weekend, students from the Digital Media & Journalism Department celebrated their hard work at the Woodstock Film Festival.
The following is a message from Gregory Bray, DMJ department chair: