September 10th, 2017 | #"Joe Little", #KGTV, #MMJ, #storytelling
Award-winning journalist teaches newbies MMJ survival skills
Journalists with all levels of experience from student to pro packed a meeting room to hear tips on how to survive as a multimedia journalist.
Shooting, editing and reporting require skills that every multimedia journalist has, but KGTV’s Joe Little showed journalists how to be more creative.
Little said news reporting allows for more innovative shooting–something he did not think of until one of his professors at Syracuse University offered him some advice.
Little wanted to work for ESPN, but he says his professor told him, “‘You’re not going to do sports. Continue reading
Drone operators, amateurs and news organizations are under stress to report news and exercise their first amendment rights while adhering to the law amid complaints from the public and police while covering disasters.
Google News Lab brings new meaning to the phrase “Just Google It.” The large tech organization is collaborating with journalists and multimedia storytellers to find innovative ways to make storytelling tools accessible for anyone. Tools covered during this session included Advanced Search, Image Search, Google Maps, My Maps, Google Street View, Google Translate and YouTube 360.