Check out the teens' videos from the June 2014 session:
About VOX Media Cafe
VOX Media Cafe is the only program of its kind in metro-Atlanta, covering new multimedia techniques for storytelling, the fundamentals of journalism, poetry, photography and design. The classes are taught by a volunteer cadre of professionals. In addition to hands-on instruction, teen participants take part in field trips, visit local media organizations, and get to know peers from schools all over the city.
VOX Media Cafe was launched in the summer of 2011 with four weeks of experiential classes taught by top-notch Atlanta-based media and writing professionals. In 2012, VOX expanded the program to include two advanced weeks of instruction in visual storytelling and literary nonfiction, and in 2013, VOX provided a deep dive into multimedia storytelling, with a full two weeks dedicated to developing and producing an interactive media package, taught by CNN/Turner adult volunteers. In 2014, VOX expanded its offering to include two, three-weeklong sessions in multimedia storytelling, combining the fundamentals of journalism and reporting with the real-world experience of backpack video and website production.
Work produced by participants in VOX Media Cafe is published in print editions of VOX newspaper and on the VOX blog.
For more information about VOX Media Cafe, please click on the links above or feel free to contact the adult staff by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (404-614-0040). Applications for VMC 2015 will be available in the fall! Payment plans and scholarships are available.