Videojournalism: Multimedia Storytelling
Ken Kobre's groundbreaking new textbook teaches students and professionals how to shoot, edit and produce high-quality videojournalism stories. (Focal Press)
Up There
Now that most of the advertising art on buildings is made of cheaper, easier to install vinyl sheets, wall-painting artists have become a rare breed.
Vacationing in Afghanistan
Two filmmakers travel through stunning landscapes to show a side of this war-torn country rarely seen by westerners.
Iraq and Back
Wounded Marine Major Justin Constantine returned from Iraq and is rebuilding his life while helping other wounded veterans.
Thug Life
Run almost entirely by ex-cons, a D.C. outreach organization works to help gang members and at-risk youth.
High School Heroin Ring
A serious drug epidemic sweeps across Northern Virginia, where upper-middle-class adolescents are getting hooked, overdosing and dying.
Tami Tushie's Toys
After unhappily struggling to balance career with homemaking, a Minnesota mom decides to host women's parties to hawk sex aids.
Grounded by Reality
Jessica is a physically disabled artist who refuses to buy into societal stereotypes regarding her physical appearance. Her artwork documents her body's decline.
Bluegrass musician Greg Garing once played with every Nashville superstar, but now can't afford medical treatments that could save his life.
Last Minutes with Oden
As his dog's struggle with cancer finally comes to an end, Jason Woods has a tough time saying goodbye to his loyal old friend.