MediaStorm Methodology Workshop Applications Close in 2 Weeks

Posted on 10/12/2010 by Julia Dudnik Stern | Printable Version | Comments (0)

Practically any report having anything to do with multimedia includes a mention of MediaStorm, a company that rightfully describes itself as “widely recognized for quality editorial production and as leaders in multimedia storytelling.” In addition to producing award-winning cinematic narratives and consulting for the world’s largest nonprofits and media companies, the company also has a training offering—and its next Methodology Workshop registration closes at the end of the month.

Of late, stock photographers have spent a lot of time discussing diversification—into other photographic services, video and multimedia production. While the Methodology Workshop will certainly help build numerous valuable skills, bear in mind that it is not Multimedia 101. This particular workshop is designed for advanced executive-level users—college-level educators looking to develop curricula, heads of corporate production departments and entrepreneurs looking to establish or integrate a multimedia offering.

The costs correspond to the level of offering: $2,500 for five days, with attendees responsible for their own room and board. The next workshop will take place in January at MediaStorm’s Brooklyn, NY-based office. The company asks for applications—which include biographical information, a résumé, and essay-form questions about the applicant’s goals and reasons for wanting to attend the workshop—by November 1. Based on this information, each workshop is tailored to individuals attending.

MediaStorm producers stress that the workshop’s goal is not to teach attendees to use software or operate a camera. During the workshop, MediaStorm producers and interactive designers offer an overview of the creative and technical aspects of developing multimedia projects from concept to post-production. They also share insight on business models and workflows best suited to interactive storytelling.

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