Job Fair Bot Los Angeles, CA
Jan 23, 2019Multi-Employer
Video for Social ++THIS EVENT HAS VERY LIMITED SPACE AND WILL BE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, RSVPs WILL RECEIVE FIRST PRIORITY+ Please RSVP via Eventbrite in order to receive detailed directions and parking recommendations. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aaja-la-v3-series-video-for-social-tickets-54963063001 The first workshop in the V3 Digital Media Series of 2019 will be led by freelancer Mariko Lochridge. Mariko will cover video for social from both the freelancer point of view as well as for publishers considering to hire editors and videographers. This is a great opportunity for freelancers to understand how to sell their skills more effectively, best practices to streamline their communication with clients and learn the rates that publications and paying. Mariko Lochridge is a freelance video journalist and digital media consultant. She currently serves as the social media consultant for #CADream a partnership between CALmatters, Capital Public Radio, KPBS, KPCC, and KQED. She also does instastories about small businesses in Japanese American communities for the @LASmallBizcubator . She previously worked for Reuters Video News and Japanese broadcaster, Nippon Television. Closest Parking: Joe's Auto Parks 953 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90015 Closest Transit: 15 minute walk from Metro Red line Pershing Square station, 2 minute walk from Metro Bike station at 9th and Broadway Nearby Landmarks: Ace Hotel Great Places to Eat Nearby: DTLA Ramen, Wooden Spoon, Birdies, Dune - Not a Member? Want to avoid the entrance fee? Volunteer to get the entrance fee waived! Loads of options to volunteer! Show up early for set-up, stay late for clean-up, assist with sign-in or take photos for the AAJA LA social media channels! We are always always grateful and happy to arrange a comped entry for volunteers. ----- The Asian American Journalists Association is a national nonprofit educational and professional organization founded in 1981. AAJAs Los Angeles Chapter promotes the associations three-part mission: To encourage young Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to enter the field of journalism. To promote fair and accurate coverage of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. To increase the number of Asian American and Pacific Islander journalists and news managers in the industry. AAJA-LA members work throughout the region in print, broadcast and online media. The chapter offers scholarships for undergraduate and graduate college students; internship stipends for students, recent graduates and beginning journalists; and subsidies for mid-career journalists to attend professional development programs. AAJA is a nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status.