J 100: Media Professions
J 100: Media Professions
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Date Created: 04/14/14
Natalia Riccardi Journalism 100 7 April 2014 Day 3 Speaker 1 1 Where Style Meets Substance Ad agency Eugene He was editor of Oregon Daily Emerald got 1st place nationally for overall newspaper design youngest by 15 years when he first started working at The News Tribune Ad campaigns across media Work is aesthetically driven 2 Companies They ve Worked With Kemuttstokes Mckenzie Beaudet Doctors amp Dentists Dr Gray Grieve Jewell Plastic Surgery Ants 5th Street Market Kendall Toyota Eugene Opera Looking Glass Londen Tribune Eugene Magazine Open For Business Magazine Ovation Magazine Shall we Dance Oregon Ilasik Eugene a gogo Eugene Youth Orchestra Essig eld Mix Radio Junk it Store it 3 Types of Projects T hey ve Worked 0n Ecofriendly Nonpro ts Publication design Logo design Website design TV commercials 4 20 Tips to Help Achieve a Job Keep a Portfolio with you at all times 10 samples of your best work nice presentation have at least two people help judge which pieces to use have a printed and digital copy and carry around a business card or resume with you as well Show it to anyone market yourself Make contacts Show college work that doesn t look like college work Use social media wisely follow companies and designers on twitter or facebook Leam grammar Work hard in it to win it Check your ego come to leam or go home Your drive can beat experience Dress for success no yoga pants wear pearls Make sure your professors know you Know how to take direction work well with others seek honest feedback Never bring dirty laundry to a job interview don t gossip about previous jobs Know the industry blogs twitter show interest Develop your people skills Leam the software photoshop design etc Get faster Jobs outside of college work a lot faster Work on FLUX or the Emerald Get an intemship before you graduate Natalia Riccardi Dr Ryan My Notes 4 1 1 14 Day 3 I Dr Ryan s Pieces of Works Water Connexscsions The Deer Hunter Death in Springtime Carlsberg s Chill Beer Jeans ad campaign Sony ad campaign The French Open ad campaign Burger King II Documentary Acchange gt A Sea Change III FLUX Multimedia capstone course Created by Tom Wheeler and Dr Ryan First Issue 1993 One computer 24 hour shifts Immediately successful and lots of talk about it Schools all over the country were fascinated by it because it was the first of it s kind Has eamed many awards Hearst Pacemaker SND Columbia Awards for writing editing design etc Received best college newspaper Hands on work available Variety of skills need and leamed Intemships are given Race on Campus was a prominent edition Race Equality was highly focused on Another topic FLUX focused on in an edition girl traf cking
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