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Sunday, July 9 - Saturday, July 15, 2017
7/9 Drop off 1-3pm; 7/15 Pick Up 9am - 12pm
Catharine Beecher Hall, CCSU Main Campus, 1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT 06051
All Meals Included
Audience: This course is for high school students entering grade 9 through 12 in the Fall 2017.
Please note: Students will have the opportunity to attend local sports events and do live reporting using the skills they have learned in the program. The students will attend the Yard Goats baseball game on July 13th (transportation provided.) Students will interview players after the game.
Have you dreamed about being a sports anchor or journalist? Can you picture yourself live reporting a game to thousands of fans? This is your chance to learn how to learn about sports journalism and have fun doing it! No experience necessary.
Students will learn how to do sports journalism, with an emphasis on multimedia reporting and anchoring, including the following:
- Writing, Interviewing, and Storytelling
- Shooting, Editing, and Producing Video Reports
- On-Air Reporting, Anchoring, and Producing
This program is designed to teach students the different aspects of sportscasting and sports journalism. Students will gain experience using professional camera equipment, TV studio equipment, and technical editing software.
Students will be housed in Catharine Beecher Hall, located on the main campus of CCSU. The instructor, instructor assistant, and resident assistant will be staying with the students in the hall. All rooms will be provided with linen service (pillow, pillowcase, blanket, sheets, towel and washcloth).
More specific information will be supplied via electronic confirmation approximately 2 weeks prior to the class.
Steve Yavner is currently Assistant Professor of Journalism at CCSU, and runs the Sports Journalism concentration. He was a sports anchor and reporter for 10 years in Florida and at CNN. He spent an additional 15 years as a news anchor, reporter, producer, and manager in Florida, Boston, and Philadelphia, including running the CBS4 newsroom in Miami for eight years. Before coming to CCSU, he taught at the University of Miami and Fairfield University. Steve earned his Ph.D. from New York University.