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Articles: Mediascape

CARIMAC goes back to basics with the Art of Photography
Critics say the proliferation of affordable, easy to use cameras has cost photography some of its artistry. Local award winning photographer, Howard Moo Young, believes that neednít be the case. Moo Young will teach students to develop their artistic ski

CARIMAC Adds Summer Courses in Proofreading and Editing
The Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC) has added two intensive writing courses in Proofreading and Editing to its Summer School programme.

Media Job: Press Photographer
Press photographers provide complementary visuals for news stories and features for newspapers and news agencies. They are journalists as well as photographers.

Public Relations in Practice
Prof. David Park of Xavier University, New Orleans, Louisiana visited Jamaica in February 2007 where he toured facilities at the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC) and discussed plans to partner with CARIMAC on an exchange programme.

Media Profile: Public Relations Officer
Public Relations (PR) Officers use all forms of media to promote, build and maintain an organisation's image and reputation.

Job profile: Proof reader/Copy-editor
Proofreaders/copy-editors are like quality controllers. They make sure that published works are consistent and are of a high standard

Media Scape
What are the new hot jobs in the media and communication industries? How should jobseekers prepare themselves for work in these rapidly changing sectors?

Careers In Media
So you want to work in the media industry? But do you know that the industry, like the body, depends on a multitude of parts to keep it alive? This section gives you insights into the inner workings of the media industry.

CARIMAC launches cricket coverage workshop for reporters
The more than 1.2 billion pairs of eyes and ears on the Caribbean for World Cup Cricket 2007 call for regional reporters to go beyond the boundary to capture the sights and sounds of the game.


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