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J4974/7974 Fall 2009: ADVANCED INTERNET APPLICATIONS
FOR RADIO-TV JOURNALISM

Instructor: Jennifer Reeves
New Media Director, KOMU
Associate Professor, University of Missouri
Email: reevesj(at)missouri(dot)edu
jenleereeves(at)gmail(dot)edu
AIM and Skype: mizzoureeves
Class Hashtag: #jenclass
Twitter: @jenleereeves
Nerd Blog: http://www.jenleereeves.com
Cell: 424-7083
KOMU: 884-6397 x215

Lecture: Monday 9:00-10:45 Gannett 182

Online office hours: 8:30pm-10pm Tuesdays and Thursdays

(The instructor reserves the right to change or alter any part of this syllabus during the semester)

Requirements:
Absences:
You must work all of your shifts unless Jen approves your absence. You must find your own replacement with someone in this class when you cannot work a newsroom shift.

Missing class is a big problem. If you are sick, email Jen in advance: reevesj (at) missouri (dot) edu or call her cell phone. Missing a class without a good reason will probably result in the loss of a letter grade.

Reading:
1) Class handouts and links
2) One national newspaper and one local paper online daily
3) Weekly newsmagazine online
4) Stay current in breaking developments in online media, new web technologies, convergence and other media business deals.

Viewing:
Following the news is as important for web producers and reporters.
1) Watch a newscast on KOMU once a day or keep up with KOMU.com each day
2) Watch the competition on air and online at least once a week (KRCG and KMIZ along with the Columbia Missourian and the Columbia Tribune)

Weekly work:
Each reporter or editor taking this class will have weekly shifts at KOMU. These shifts will include time to work on indepth or daily pieces for on air and online.

Projects:
Each student taking this class will take part in a project that will help boost your resume. In the end, you should take the work you have completed to present in an e-portfolio as the final class assignment. Grad students must participate in a project, but they can either conduct research on that project or complete a research component that is included on the grading page)

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