In an increasingly fast-paced world, it is vital to capture news footage of a story as it unfolds. Mobile Journalism (MOJO) has become an essential reporting technique, not only for journalists but also amongst NGOs, PR agencies, broadcasting and social media specialists who need to report on real-time events.
Taught by Production Editor at The Guardian newspaper, Bill Shepherd, and delivered in central London, this highly practical one-day course teaches you how to create high-quality video content that will stand out from the crowd.
The course provides a comprehensive introduction mobile journalism - from cinematography techniques, audio, lighting and editing, through to publishing video online.
Who is it for?
Our Mobile Journalism course is ideal if you are looking to develop multimedia skills using an iPhone or Android smartphone. If you work in journalism or communications - or you simply have a broad interest in video production or recording with mobile phones - you could benefit from this course.
Find out more about our Journalism at City, University of London courses
This course is a one-day class, taking place on a Saturday.
- Study at one of the most reputable universities in the area of journalism; ranking 1st in London for Communication and Media Studies, according to the Complete University Guide 2018
- Ideal work working professionals, the course is delivered as a Saturday workshop in our central London location, with easy access to mainline and Underground stations.