Engaging children with video and play develops their ability to generate, critique and participate in media as young adults.
Branching out to the broader, local community requires new strategies, risk-taking and building partnerships outside the youth media field.
After more than a year of researching best practices in fair use for media literacy educators, new resources and tools to better understand copyright law enable youth media educators to employ copyrighted materials under the doctrine of fair use.
Youth media organizations may be overlooking the power and potential of the college student mentor/volunteer in the field.
Youth media programs are uniquely situated to offer girls the opportunity to thrive as creative and flexible thinkers, and in so doing train them to be our future leaders.
It is vital in countries like Ethiopia for young people to develop relationships with media gatekeepers in order to gain greater access to larger platforms.
Tribeca Film Institute Youth Programs is hiring five seasonal support staff and media folk from January to May 2009. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and details. Tribeca Teaches Program Coordinator Program Assistant Tribeca Film Fellows Program Coordinator Program Assistant Tribeca Film Institute Youth Programs Programs Assistant
Calling all youth producers! Do you want to have the chance to win $500 for your school/organization? Do you want to showcase your school/organization’s service-learning work? Are you talented with making videos or taking pictures? Do you want to get the word out about service-learning? Then, the We Are a Solution: Youth Changing the World […]
Williams Cole is producing a documentary for HBO and is interested in integrating youth-produced content in to the final piece. For details and information, go to: http://www.cabincreekfilms.com/youth.html. Please post to your networks to get the word out and if you have any questions, contact Williams at: email@example.com.