videojournalism love



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  • n. Alternative form of video journalism.


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  • New York Times journalists scoops prestigious videojournalism award

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  • - Project: Report, the videojournalism contest for aspiring journalists run by the Pulitzer Center and YouTube, has opened its doors for the second year running.

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  • #Tip of the day from Journalism. - the pros and cons of videojournalism

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  • Construction of the 42nd Street facility was completed on July 15, but the channel's newly-hired reporters began work a month earlier by attending a videojournalism "boot camp" in the Time and Life building.

    NY1 - Top Stories

  • YouTube names winner of videojournalism contest - YouTube named the winner of its first journalist contest on Sunday.

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  • - Thermo, 3D, and further breakthroughs in HD web video and videojournalism.

    Journerdism | Will Sullivan's Stompin' ground for journalists and nerds.

  • Print freelancers moved to broadcast newsrooms, while broadcasters looked into newspaper videojournalism; for both groups the potential of bringing these different media skills together online was the biggest revelation.

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  • From Platypus to MediaStorm, from Columbia J-school to USC Annenberg, leading practitioners and media organizations and journalism programs are increasingly offering workshops, seminars and boot camps in videojournalism.

    The Digital Journalist

  • Though we've seen plenty of examples of hyperlinks embedded in video images on YouTube, it's a useful technology that hasn't yet caught on in videojournalism.

    The Digital Journalist

  • These days, few media institutions are willing to financially gamble on anything but a sure bet, whatever that might be, and although the cost of producing videojournalism has become significantly more affordable (hence its ubiquity), when budgets are being slashed to the bone, video rears its head as a singularly non-essential luxury item.

    The Digital Journalist


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