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Award-winning video journalist David Gyimah explains how cinematic journalism will improve traditional broadcasts.
During the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, reporters from Barcelona TV ran a four-day broadcast from the event using only mobile technology. Here's how they did it.
Live-streaming apps aren't new to mobile, but there is a new innovation happening in the real-time video arena that could prove extremely useful to journalists.
Professor Judd Slivka of the Missouri School of Journalism offers tips to news editors searching for a strong multimedia component.
A panel at the recent NICAR 2015 conference offered tips for deciding when to build an interactive.
Waite, founder of the Drone Journalism Lab, has some tips and insight for journalists interested in using drones for reporting.
Reel Reporting offers workshops for job-seeking broadcast journalists, helping them to shoot their demo reels for prospective employers. Co-founder Stephanie Tsoflias offers a few tips here.
Once associated largely with gaming, virtual reality is now being used to provide immersive experiences into news stories.
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