“Say What?” is a show about language and communication produced by a class of 30 undergraduate media production students at Toronto Metropolitan University. We produced stories and conducted interviews with people all around the world examining how we express ourselves and understand others through language.
Global Campus Studio Productions: A collaboration between media production and journalism students from around the world.
Food for Thought is a series of 7 current affairs shows produced by journalism and media productions students at universities in 10 countries.
Each year, we select a theme for our shows, with students producing stories and interviews related to that theme. Last year's theme was food, with stories focused on related themes such as food waste, farming, and nutrition.
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Global News Relay
Stay tuned for our Global News Relay shows.
GLOBAL BROADCAST AND
IN HIGHER EDUCATION
A two day free conference examining the benefits, challenges, and future of international collaborative projects
November 29th - 30th 2021
Virtual Conference via Zoom
A virtual conference hosted at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada
Missed our conference? You can watch the different sessions below.
What are Global News Relay and Global Campus Studio Projects?
Keynote speaker: Dr. Sarah Jones, Deputy Dean, De Montfort University
“I just spent the morning in another country” : The rise of global collaborations to support mobility and enhance the student experience through international news production.
An overview of international collaborative projects by Nick Duarte, MA student at Ryerson University, Toronto
Participant Discussion + Making It Work With Your Curriculum
Conference participants discuss benefits, challenges and opportunities of our Global Campus Studio and Global News Relay projects
Hologram Demonstration + Discussion with Andrew Dorcas from ARHT Media, Toronto
How holograms can enhance digital experiences
Stephen Paine, BUAS, The Netherlands
Keynote Speaker: James Mahon, UWS Scotland
Is mobile journalism a revolution or an evolution?
Students discuss how they benefit from these projects
Google News initiative on the best practice using Google Meet for broadcasting, including how to host live interviews with guests from around the world, and produce high quality video
Sylvia Vollenhoven, UJ, South Africa
Inclusivity: the challenges of using new technologies in an unequal playing field. Can we sustain these projects without getting all of the world involved?
What's Next for International Collaboration: A Collection of Comments From Our Discussions at The End of Our Conference
Why we do this. What's in it for us, our students and our universities?
Global Campus Studio Productions is a consortium of 15 universities worldwide. We produce current affairs shows with student co-hosts from around the world.
Katherine Blair is the Broadcast Journalism programme leader at Leeds Trinity University, UK where she has taught television and social media journalism for 14 years.
Before that, she was a television presenter, reporter and producer/director at ITV Yorkshire and the CBC in Newfoundland and Labrador, and MCTV in Timmins, Canada for 20 years.
Marion Coomey is a Professor with the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. She teaches international media production, broadcast presentation and writing. Marion has been a news reporter, host, writer and producer at CBC TV and Radio across Canada.
She is Executive Producer of Global Campus Studio Productions, a project bringing together students from 15 countries to produce online shows.
April De Haas
April de Haas is a Canadian Television Producer and Educator. After two decades in Canadian production, she relocated to The Netherlands where she has taught at BUAS for ten years, spearheading the international media production partnerships for students.
She has taken a sabbatical from education and headed back into industry and is working on high end factual content in Amsterdam.
Jenny Lam is a senior lecturer at Hong Kong Baptist University. She teaches broadcast journalism and investigative journalism and is interested in the use of digital technology in broadcasting.
Ms Lam has taught at Hong Kong Baptist University for ten years. Before that, she was a news editor and anchor at Television Broadcast Limited in Hong Kong for more than 20 years.