MANCHESTER, NH -- Registration is open for spring classes at Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications for anyone interested in writing, traveling, broadcast news, video and photography.
The session, from March 11 to April 15, includes six weeks of Wednesday evening classes in Broadcasting, Travel Writing, Creative Writing, Video Production and Photoshop. All but Photoshop are free of charge.
Broadcasting with WMUR’s Andy Hershberger and Jim Breen. Learn how about the technical magic behind getting TV news on the air and the nuts and bolts of covering stories. A tour of WMUR’s studios is included. Class time: 7-8:30pm.
In Video Production, videographer Michael Johnston teaches how to prepare videos suitable for professional or family use. Students learn how to frame action, record sounds to support visuals and bring the elements together to tell a story. Students will need a video camera, a Smartphone or an SLR type camera in video mode, as well as a digital recorder and laptop with video editing software. Free software such as iMovie or Moviemaker are suitable. Class time: 5:30-7p.m.
In Photoshop Elements: The Basics, instructor Debi Rapson covers basic techniques, ethics and the logic behind Photoshop’s program menu. Class time: 5:30-7pm. Fee: $60.
If you like to travel and write, and possibly make some money along the way, the Travel Writing class is for you. Instructors Stacy Milbouer and Tom Long cover basics of travel writing, including pitches, ethics and publication. Class time: 5:30-7pm.
Stacy and Tom also teach Creative Writing. Whether you want to write a short story, the great American novel or just a better Facebook post, they will help with the skills and confidence to express yourself in words. Class time: 7-8:30pm.
Register at loebschool.org, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-627-0005.
The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications promotes and defends the First Amendment and fosters interest, integrity and excellence in journalism and other forms of communication by educating students of various ages and providing them with the tools and knowledge to improve their skill. - 30 -