Jennifer Maytorena Taylor
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Masters in Specialized Journalism, University of Southern California
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Jennifer Maytorena Taylor's Blog

Looking for Collaborative Documentaries

Posted on August 30, 2011 at 1:30pm 5 Comments

I'm working as a research fellow at USC's Annenberg School for Communciations and Journalism, producing a new documentary and starting a research project (first blog, then e-book) about ways that professionals in a wide variety of fields have experimented with collaborative research and production methods involving non-professionals.


For the blog, I'm looking for note-worthy examples of documentary films where the…


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At 9:29am on February 2, 2012, Judith Vecchione said…

Just saw your new web series announced by LPB - can you put something up on the Forum or Blog pages to let us all know?  Congrats, Judith

At 10:37pm on December 4, 2010, Kristian Berg said…
Hello Jennifer! Nice to see you hear.

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