Re: [videoblogging] NPPA/NewsU Virtual Video Workshop Recap
> Those reporters that wanted to learn have done so but a smaller population population of reporters may know the full process.Good notes Gena. Im always amazed when I bump into newspeople that
> So what does this mean for videobloggers?
> Well if you produce video from start to finish you have the skills. They can always get better but you didn't have to be dragged, forced or encouraged to develop your skill set.
> The multimedia person was self-taught. Pierre Kattar from the Washington Post does it all and his stuff was tight. Very nicely done.
> I think that for some of you who want to produce news content or kick up side income you might find that if you have an evergreen >piece ready there might be a sale in you future; especially for web based news sites.
many lack the skills to record, edit, and publish videos on their own.
They have the skills to gather a story but rarely produce it. On the
other hand, the technical people (videographers, sound, editors) know
how to produce the video...but dont seem to have the skills to
actually gather the story.
So yeah, if you can find a story, gather the pieces, edit it, and
publish it....you are sitting pretty.
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