Editing sequences for TV news

No matter how much you read about how to put together a video sequence, it’s always better to see the process in action. Many thanks to Dave Wertheimer for sharing this how-to that he produced for the NPPA Video Workshop. If you ever get confused about screen direction or the “imaginary line,” take a look …

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How to put together a TV news package

One of the strongest broadcast journalism programs in the country is located at the University of Montana, and Professor Denise Dowling is one of the best instructors in the school. She gets students started on video storytelling by following a simple formula. “Begin and end every story with natural sound,” says Dowling, “include a nat …

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Top journalism skills in 2012

So, it may seen a little arrogant to assume that our blog can act as a barometer of the journalism industry, but what the heck. If you look at the five most viewed posts of 2012, it seems reasonable to me to make the following assumptions: The fundamentals still matter.  The No. 1 post on …

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