Tuesdays, March 8-22, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Your local news has been revolutionized: TV, newspapers and radio have all pivoted to mobile Journalism, which is produced and often consumed on smartphones. Content is shot, edited, packaged, designed, and published to social media through a smartphone. And it's not just reporters having all the fun. News brands rely heavily on citizen journalists to contribute. And these skills extend beyond the news business. In this class you'll learn how to create content with your smartphone, how to produce it for different audiences on different social platforms, and how to strategically deliver it. This knowledge is useful for anyone who has a presence on social media or for those just curious about this new way of communicating. Join us and get your Mojo Workin'. 

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