#Lobocamp kicks off today!

Join our online panel today at 1 p.m. Mountain time and learn about working for, finding and funding non-traditional news outlets.

You can watch the live stream here or sign in to a Google account to ask questions here, which we hope you do!

Look forward to seeing everyone this weekend at all of our panels.

Bootcamp registration is over

Thanks to everyone who registered. We are done accepting registrations and look forward to seeing you this weekend. Please join our live panel Friday at 1 for tips on working for yourself in journalism. You can watch the event live here or join here with a Google account to ask questions during the panel. Bring a notebook for notes and a smart phone or laptop for tweeting during the weekend. Our event hashtag is #lobocamp.

We will have bagels for breakfast and pizza for lunch, (if you signed up) but you may want to bring additional snacks to have on hand for our two busy days ahead.

Sam Donaldson to speak at Lobocamp 2015

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Veteran reporter Sam Donaldson will speak about his long career in journalism during the lunch hour on Saturday, Feb. 7.

Donaldson, a native of New Mexico who was raised on a farm in Dona Ana County, was a news reporter based in Washington from February 1961 to October 2013, and was employed by ABC News from 1967 to 2013. He has covered every presidential election beginning in 1964, with the campaign of Barry Goldwater.

Donaldson covered the war in Vietnam and the First Gulf War, was ABC’s Watergate Correspondent, and was twice the chief White House correspondent covering presidents Carter, Reagan and Clinton. He co-anchored the ABC magazine program Prime Time Live with Diane Sawyer, co-anchored the Sunday program This Week with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts and was the founding anchor of Politics Live, the first regularly scheduled Monday through Friday news program in the United States on the Internet.

Students and panelists must register for Lobocamp to attend Donaldson’s speech. See the complete schedule here.

Photo by WFUV and used under a Creative Commons license.

#lobocamp ends with panels on design, photography, reporting

Day two of the bootcamp was just as busy and fun for students who learned how to edit photos, design pages, cover the crime beat and automate their beat to never miss a tip. Students left feeling energized and ready to try some new techniques at the Lobo and in class this semester.
Students Connor Coleman and Sergio Jimenez used InDesign to practice laying out a newspaper page on deadline during Sunday’s panel on design.

Check out the wrap up here:

The Daily Lobo Journalism Bootcamp


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