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NaNoPrepMo: Outlining The Plot Events

Now that you have an idea and characters, it’s time to actually outline the plot of your story.  I suggest you start out with this worksheet from the Go Teen Writers blog: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzIwGbMT-SdCQ0x0NnVIUUU1Ync/edit. 435 more words


Using Video to Educate, Advise, and Recommend

Video has an extremely high potential to return value to marketers—especially when done right. In fact, 65 percent of surveyed executives have told Forbes that they visit a marketer’s website after viewing a video. 486 more words


From idea to distribution: Teaching an expanded life cycle for a community story

This is a version of a talk I gave this morning at the Green Shoots in Journalism Education event at the Reynolds Journalism Institute.

Appropriately, a lot of what we teach in journalism school is about the craft of gathering information and telling stories. 251 more words


If there was no audience, why would we blog?

As rhetorically posed by another blogger I read earlier in the context of generating a wider audience, which made me wonder…

Without an audience, would blogging still be to words what needles are to knitting? 155 more words

Primary Productions

I’ve had a few experiences lately where I’ve been so impressed with what’s happening at the primary level. By that, I mean grades K-2, but this is certainly prevalent at other levels as well. 539 more words


Musings: Audience Part 1

I’ve had a few conversations about audience lately. They were different separate conversations that approached the subject in different ways but I think they are important. 629 more words


Ryzza Mae Show and Eat Bulaga Audience Guesting

Last Monday’s audience guesting was rather fun as AATA students , both teens and kids, get to watch both shows at the Broadway Centrum. Despite the long line, we started to take photos of ourselves as we patiently wait for the show to start. 223 more words