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College Media Association: NYC14


Join Us: Spring National College Media Convention

1,200 attendees • 250 sessions • one incredible location

NYC14 • March 12-15, 2014 • Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

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How to register and book your room. Also:

Want to parse picas? Praise the rule of thirds? Break the inverted pyramid? Discuss the merits of Final Cut Pro vs. Premiere? Debate Google analytics or FCC guidelines, local vs. national ad rates, the value of a ladder, how FERPA is used, why Twitter can land you a job AND get you fired, the role of empathy in journalism or if twerking is still a valid story idea?

If you’ve ever been called a font nerd, a news geek, a first adopter, pilot of the airwaves, a vidiot or a yerd, chose a story assignment over a significant other or missed a class to meet a deadline, join your peers from across the country in the media capital of the world to learn with and from them, from some of the nation’s foremost (and most fun) college-media experts and from national pros who will inspire, enliven, impress and affect you, the work you do and the jobs you’ll soon have.

Plus get critiques of your publication, show or site, visit major media companies (and small startup ones), win some awards and have a whole, whole lot of fun.

It sounds like a lot to cram in four days (pre-con workshops on March 12; convention activities March 13-15). But, hey, the city never sleeps. Why should you?

Register online to get these rates:

  • $130: Students
  • $150: CMA members
  • $215: Non-CMA members

Now: Download the app, explore the entire schedule or specific sessions and special events you can attend, figure out transportation to the hotel, decide which media tours you'd like to land, consider getting hands-on at a pre-con workshop, reserve your hotel room, upload your Apple Awards entries, meet one of the keynoters and register to attend. You can also download the app or review its web version (with handy day-by-day or topic sorting). New York is waiting.

If you're presenting a session, here's some information just for you.

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