Journalism

FILM AND PHOTOJOURNALISM SERVICES

Supporting and Reporting on International Education Opportunities and Programs

International Education Journalism

Study abroad and international education programs are not well-represented in independent film, documentary and news reporting. Through a new brand of journalism, Study Abroad Journal provides front-line reporting on the background and experiences of students and faculty interwoven with field programs, universities and countries around the planet.

We specialize in collecting, editing and presenting of educational news material through interviews, photography and video for publication or broadcast.

What's more -- we share our experience and learning through workshops and internships.

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International Student Interview - Cost and Experience of Education Abroad

Study Abroad Journal's Dr. Steven Martin interviews an international student from the United States at the Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism, Prince of Songkla University, Phuket, Thailand regarding the cost, quality and experience of education abroad through direct enrollment. The video reflects the interviewee's earnest thoughts on student loans, her concern over student debt, and her advice for perspective international students.

Equipment and setup: Panasonic AG-HVX 202 AEN camera, available light (florescent/ambient), directional mic

Professor Interview - Asian Tourism and Hospitality Education

Study Abroad Journal's Dr. Steven Martin conducted this 12 min. interview in Phuket, Thailand with Prof. Kaye Chon, Dean and Chair Professor, School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM), Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The interview was made for Education Abroad Asia with an objective focus on international education and the growth of the global hospitality and tourism industry Asia.

Equipment and setup: Panasonic AG-HVX 202 AEN camera, available light (florescent/ambient), directional mic

Field Research Interview - Cham Culture and History, Vietnam

This impromptu field interview at the Po Nagar Temple in Nha Trang, Vietnam, was conducted with Prof. Sombo Manara, a leading expert in Khmer ancient history. The focus of the interview was on the Cham people who constructed the 7th - 12th century Hindu temple and vestige of the once powerful Champa Kingdom. The Cham speak an Austronesian language, part of a super-family of languages generally associated with the seafaring peoples of the Pacific and Indian Oceans.

Equipment and setup: Canon 6D SLR camera, available light, directional mic

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