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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by Dave Earley tagged videojournalism

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"[...] Twitter already functions as a news network, since it allows anyone to publish quickly and easily from anywhere. [...] a 17-year-old resident of one of Brazil’s biggest slums has been using Twitter as a live-reporting tool during the crackdowns by police over the past week. [...] This is about more than just a kid using Twitter though."

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"The best part about using Log and Transfer is that you can convert and start editing your a-roll interview file first. While you’re laying your a-roll on the timeline the other clips are converting in the background. That was something you couldn’t do with tape capture. What this means is that you can start editing a breaking news story in seconds.

Time has always been the stickler with video production. By minimizing the capture time your productivity goes way up."

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"There is absolutely zero reason General Assignment people cannot get a story to the web quickly. Granted, with the web, you have to take time to compress video and email it or FTP it, but for 1:00 of edited video, your compression should only be 5-10MB and can email on a slow broadband card in 5 or 10 minutes. While the story is emailing you could be reloading your gear, be on the phone, shooting, you know collecting news. Sure, that’s a lot like TV and you want to be different than TV."

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"* What is the overall vision for video in your newsroom? * Why are you doing video in the first place? * Is quality video valuable to your viewers? * Has video gained traction on your website over time? If not, why? * Has your paper invested in training that empowers your video producers to be able to tell and edit a story effectively? * Do you have (need) a web-savvy management structure in place to filter out bad video ideas and is an advocate for video based storytelling? * If you are producing lots of video, do you have a website that showcases this valued web-only content? * Can viewers find your videos quickly if they land on story page and not of the home page? * Can lower levels of video quality be acceptable if they meet a high news value bar? * Should small papers with dwindling resources really be adding poorly produced video to their already bleak shovelware websites?"

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"Contestants have until October 5 to submit news clips three-minutes long or less that must focus on stories largely overlooked or ignored by traditional media.
The winner will receive a USD 10,000 (EUR 7,000) grant for travel abroad and the opportunity to work with the Pulitzer Center."

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Putting video cameras in the hands of print reporters at the Star-Ledger.
"you understand immediately how[newspaper]works.“Here’s the pencil.There’s the door.See you at 6.”It’s fast,cheap&efficient.Take that culture of fast, cheap and efficient[

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Video has archive value too-don't hide it
"archive video to create a long-tail business[.]Broadcasting is so accustomed to the idea of instant obsolescence (what we do today doesn’t matter tomorrow) that we miss opportunities for niche videos"

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