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Friday, June 7 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
How to teach students to talk to people, not just text or IM them for stories

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Les Rose’s 38-year career in broadcast journalism included 22 years with CBS National News Network as a photojournalist and field producer.  He is in his third year at the Newhouse School at Syracuse, NY. He spent 23 years off and on working with CBS News correspondent Steve Hartman, including the series “Everybody Has a Story",

Few are as skilled at making interview subjects feel at ease in the presence of a camera as Les. Now, he teaches his students how to get the best out of the people they are interviewing. He will share his best questions, how "setting" makes a huge difference in how an interview unfolds and how to get reluctant subjects to trust you.

Rose has been honored with a national Edward R. Murrow Award and five Emmy Awards.

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Les Rose

Professor of Practice Broadcast & Digital Journalism, Newhouse School/ Syracuse University
Father, Friend, Photojournalist. Recovering road warrior for CBS News, Los Angeles. Happy as heck in my third year as a Professor of Practice at the Newhouse School, Syracuse U. Let's chat about shooting, producing, and lighting feature stories (and more tips and tricks).

Friday June 7, 2019 10:45am - 12:00pm
Barnes Conference Room

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