July 26 - Sunday

   3:00 p.m.   Welcome Ceremony at Langmuir College (H-Quad)
            Students check in
          Listen to RHD outline Ground Rules for stay in dorms
            Food and mingling

Short tour of the campus buildings where program is operating

   6:00 p.m.       Send parents off
   7:00 p.m.       Movie:  “For My Father” @ Staller Center
   9:30 p.m.     Return to dorm


July 27 – Monday


   7:00 a.m.        News over breakfast @ Student Activities Center
   9:00 a.m.        Lesson by Charlie @ The Newsroom
                What’s a news story? Discuss elements of news story structure
such as inverted pyramid. How events and ideas become news stories.
Analyze stories in today’s newspapers and websites. Discuss how
broadcast writing differs from newspaper and online writing
   12:00 p.m.      LUNCH @ SAC
   2:00 p.m.        Pulitzer Prize-winning Editorial Cartoonist Walt Handelsman @ Newsroom
                How do news events become editorial cartoons?
   3:30 p.m.     Newsday Film Critic Rafer Guzman @ Newsroom
                Covering the arts vs. covering news
   5:00 p.m.       DINNER @ SAC
   7:00 p.m.        Video Workshop w/ Rick Ricioppo @ Newsroom
                Basic instructions on using video camera
   9: 30 p.m.      Return to dorm
                Games and greatest journalism movies


July 28 – Tuesday


   7:00a.m.         News over breakfast @ Student Activities Center
   9:00 a.m.       Lesson by Charlie @ The Newsroom
              Interviewing techniques. Creating story ideas and how to
approach and prepare for stories (list of questions, background
research, logistics)
   11:00 a.m.     Photo Workshop with Newsday Photo Editor John Williams @ Newsroom
                What makes a photo good? How do you take a photograph for
                news?
   1:00 p.m         LUNCH @SAC
   2:00 p.m.       News conference with SB Film Festival Director Alan Inkles @ Staller Center
   3:00 pm.       On-campus reporting assignments @ Academic Mall outside Library
              Interview summer students on what it’s like to take summer classes
                Shoot video and still photos of student life on campus
   4:00p.m.        Discussion of day’s reporting assignments w/ Charlie and staff
   5:00 p.m.       DINNER @ Student Activities Center
   7:00 p.m.       The Life of a News Story by Cathrine Duffy w/ “Jenny Deadline”
              Follow news story from inception to editing to publication, through
              all desks of the newsroom
   8:30 p.m.     Return to dorm
                Games and movies


July 29 – Wednesday


   7:00 a.m.       News over breakfast @ Student Activities Center
   9:00 a.m.       Discussion with Charlie @ Newsroom
   10:15 a.m.     Bus leaves for News12
   11:00 a.m.      Tour of News12 @ Woodbury location
                Speak with reporters, editors, producers about broadcast news
   12:00 p.m.     Leave News12 for Lunch @ Bertucci’s (Melville)
   12:45 p.m.      LUNCH @ Bertucci’s
   2:00  p.m.       Leave for Newsday
   2:15 p.m.     Arrive at Newsday (Melville)
              Attend 2:30 p.m. budget meeting by Editor John Mancini
                Tour building
                Meet reporters and editors: Investigations Editor Steve Wick on legacy
of Robert W. Greene and Newsday;  Business reporter Ellen Yan,
Investigations reporter Sandra Peddie
   5:00 p.m.       Leave Newsday for Stony Brook
   7:00 p.m.       Movie: “Adam’s Wall” @ Staller Center
   9:30 p.m.     Return to dorm


July 30 – Thursday


   7:00 a.m.       News over breakfast @ Student Activities Center
   8:30 a.m.   Discussion w/ Charlie @ Newsroom
   9:30 a.m.     Bus leaves for Cohalan Court Complex
   10: 30 a.m.    Arrive at U.S. District Court @ Central Islip
                Tour building with Chief Clerk Peter Ausili
                Watch trials and hearings of federal judges
                Speak with Newsday federal courts reporter Bob Kessler
              Speak with federal judge
   12:00 p.m.      LUNCH @ Food Court (Central Islip)
   2:00 p.m.        Arrive at Touro Law Center (Central Islip)
                Tour law school facilities and Public Advocacy Center
   2:30 p.m.        Press conference with Dean Lawrence Raful
   3:00 p.m.        Lecture by First Amendment Professor Ton Schweitzer
                Discusses unique power of the First Amendment for journalists in the
United States
   4:00 p.m.       Leave Touro
   5:30 p.m.     Arrive at Long Island Ducks baseball stadium, CitiBank Park (Central Islip)
              Tour ballpark, meet Ducks staff
              DINNER @ CitiBank Park
   7:05 p.m.       Watch Ducks v. South Maryland Blue Crabs
   9:30 p.m.       Leave for Stony Brook
   10:00 p.m.     Return to dorm



July 31 – Friday


   7:00 a.m.        News over breakfast @ Student Activities Center
   9:00 a.m.        Lesson by Charlie Haddad @ The Newsroom
               Writing the story: transforming notes and research into comprehensive
                news stories for publication. Critiques of work that has been completed.
                Students work on drafts of stories on Ducks, Touro visit, court visit,
Inkles press conference, etc. Charlie and staff editing and coaching.
   12:30 p.m.     LUNCH @ SAC
   2:00 p.m.       Video Workshop with Rick Ricioppo @ Newsroom
   4:30 p.m.     Reporting and writing @ Newsroom
   6:00 p.m.       DINNER @ SAC
   7:30 p.m.     Return to dorm


Aug. 1 – Saturday


   7:00 a.m.        Breakfast
   9:00 a.m.        Parents visit/Trip to Museums at Stony Brook/
   12:00 p.m.      LUNCH in Stony Brook Village
   1:30 p.m.   Return to dorm


Aug. 2 – Sunday


   7:00 a.m.        News over breakfast @ Student Activities Center
   9:00 a.m.        Watch and critique Sunday  news programs
   9:00 a.m.  “Meet the Press” on NBC
  10 a.m. “Reliable Sources” on CNN
  10:30 a.m. “Face the Nation” on CBS
   12 p.m.          News Quiz
   12:30 p.m.     LUNCH @ SAC
   2:00 p.m.        Writing and editing workshop w. Charlie and staff
   5:00p.m.         Return to dorm


Aug. 3 – Monday


   7:00 a.m.        News over breakfast @ Student Activities Center
   9:00 a.m.       Broadcast Workshop w/ Assoc. Dean Marcy McGinnis @ Newsroom
                “Winners and Sinners” in Broadcast News
   11:00 a.m.      So you want to be a TV News Anchor?
                Students use teleprompter and read script for broadcast at news anchor
desk
   12:30 p.m.       LUNCH w/ Dean Schneider/Faculty/Visitors @ Jasmine
   2:00 p.m.        The College Admissions process with Admissions Director Rob Pertusati
   3:00 p.m.        Online writing and reporting w/ Adam Abramson
               What skills will you need to succeed in the converged newsroom?
   5:00 p.m.        DINNER @ SAC
   6:30 p.m.        Critiques of work by Charlie and staff
   8:00 p.m.        Return to dorm


Aug. 4 – Tuesday


   7:00 a.m.        News over breakfast @ Student Activities Center
   9:00 a.m.        Final edits and posting @ Newsroom
   2:30 p.m.    LUNCH @ Student Activities Center
   2:00 p.m.        Final video edits w/ Rick Ricioppo @ Newsroom
   4:30 p.m.    Return to dorm


Aug. 5 – Wednesday


   7:00 a.m.        Breakfast @ SAC
   9:00 a.m.        Pack to leave dorm
   11:00 a.m.      Presentation of work and awards @ Newsroom
   3:00 p.m.        Send off students and parents





 
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