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AIEA 2007 Native American Youth Conference October 18 & 19, 2007 Phoenix Arizona

Updated Multi-Media Workshop Information

Updated Multi-Media Workshop Information
Arizona Indian Education Association
AIEA/NARD Student Award 2007 Recipients

Date: September 27, 2007
RE: 2007 NAYC Media Workshop Series
Contact: Lisa Blackhorse,
We are excited to offer a media workshop series during our Native American Youth Conference this year.  Please read the media workshop information and respond to Anita Luera if you’re interested in having your students participate in this awesome opportunity.
Registration is still open for the conference. 
Lisa Blackhorse
Become a Journalist for the multi-media digital age
Meet TV, radio and print & online professionals who help bring information to Native peoples and to your communities. We are offering limited spots for four hands-on workshops for the multi-media digital world.
If you have students who already take pictures, write the headlines for school papers or electronically broadcast your school news, we would like to know in advance of the Oct. 18 & 19, 2007 Arizona Indian Education Association Youth Conference in Phoenix. Reserve a spot for highly interested media students who may want to join the exciting field on TV, radio, print or internet journalism. Contact:
Andy Harvey of NBC Channel 12 News, LA Williams of KTNN Radio and Tom Arviso of Navajo Times Newspaper are just a few of the media professionals to be on hand!
Respond today to hold a spot in advance for your student.
ALSO Wanted: 4-6 digital photographers with some experience contact:
Anita F. Luera
Director, High School Programs
Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communications
PO Box 871305
Tempe, AZ 85287-1305
Media Sessions: Thursday, October 18
8 a.m. – 9 a.m. Registration – Media Session signups
Anita Luera & Tashia Glenn
Conference Registration area
9 a.m. – Youth Conference Photographer Session
photojournalist TBA , The Arizona Republic
Breakout Room 1
4 students assigned point & shoot cameras (ASU’s or cheap models) 
Training on framing, subject notes, shooting assignments of conference.
11:10 a.m. Session 2 - Careers in a Multimedia World (Media Introduction) Featuring former 12 News reporter Mary Kim Titla.
Sonoran Ballroom
Presentated by ASU Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication Anita Luera, Director of High School Programs, ASU Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Ron Bergamo, General Manager AZ TV & Loren Tapahe, Publisher, Native Scene 

Session Lead Native Youth – The Power for the Changing World of Digital Journalism- Mary Kim Titla, Native Youth Magazine, former 12 News reporter. 

Multimedia World – Leslie-Jean Thornton, Professor ASU Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communications

1:10 p.m. - Session 3 - Lights, Camera, Action! TV Broadcast
Sonoran Ballroom
Linda White Wolf, AZ TV – Session Lead
Andy Harvey, 12 News
Diana Pike, Fox 10
Sue Green, ASU Cronkite School NewsWatch
2:10 p.m. - Session 4 - Radio Broadcasting 
Sonoran Ballroom
Patty Talahongva, Independent Producer -Session Lead
Jay Allen, KTNN Radio
LA Williams, KTNN Radio
Troy Little, KTNN Radio
Leander Moffitt, KTNN Radio
Media Sessions: Friday, October 19, 2007
10:10 a.m. Session 1 - Media Online
Sonoran Ballroom
Ben Winton, City of Phoenix, Independent Producer, Session Lead
John Leach,
Michelle Savoy,
11:10a.m. Session 2 – Print Journalism
Sonoran Ballroom
Tom Arviso, The Navajo Times, Session Lead
Loren Tapahe, Native Scene
Debra Utacia Krol, Heard Museum
Betty Reid, The Arizona Republic
Noon- NAYC Slideshow composing – Ben Winton
NAYC Slideshow playback – Closing Conference Session – Ben Winton