Ensemble Crew Sought by Hip Hop Journalism Association Print
Written by Robert ID3198   
Saturday, 30 December 2006 13:33

The Hip Hop Journalism Association, based in Greensboro, N.C.; is seeking ensemble documentary crew to cover its first conference Jul. 26-30 2007 in Miami.

Hip Hop Journalism Association (HHJA) is a national not-for-profit professional society organizing to establish integrity in hip hop journalism through intensive training of urban news-watchers and analysts in a variety of media.

Particularly interested in unit directors, ADs, DPs, ACs, sound people, and lighting grips in the United States and Canada with own equipment.

Reimbursement of travel and lodging is negotiable. Compensation ranges from college credit, free travel, free hotel during conference, and complimentary membership to low pay.

Send resumes and samples HERE (keep files around 200 KB), and visit www.hhja.org for more information about Hip Hop Journalism Association (HHJA).

The Hip Hop Journalism Association (HHJA) is a professional membership organization of journalists, students, and media professionals whose mission is to improve the quality and integrity of hip hop journalism. HHJA offers a comprehensive program of scholarly publications, training, fellowships, and activities to advance Hip Hop journalism, disseminate knowledge, and improve the capacity of the profession to enhance the public good.