From the original article: "Ever since I saw the 3rd-generation iPad (2012), I began to have visions of its use for video journalism.
Many of ProVideo Coalition magazine readers sent me private enthusiastic comments about my pre-NAB iPad articles like Avid now lets you edit video on your iPad for US$4.99. Should you?
Why an iPad is like a 4×5 view camera, and why you’ll need a black “focusing cloth” and later part 1 of my review called 1st handheld dynamic microphones with hybrid XLR/USB/iPad connectivity from Audio Technica.
Ahead you’ll find several photos, a few videos, and comments about various iPad video accessories."
Brief Description This intensive course will equip you with the tools to build audience communities, enabling original journalism, cost-effective newsgathering, reporting and marketing output. This very practical course is full of tools, tips and techniques. It also highlights some of the most interesting case studies from around the world. Delegates will also learn to develop a social media strategy for their own environment.
A lively conversation over the weekend - of course on Twitter - between two informed protagonists highlighted an issue previously discussed here. The debaters were Neal Mann, @fieldproducer, a sharp and savvy Sky journalist who mixes old-school cunning with new media nous, and Andy Carvin, @acarvin, National Public Radio's social media strategist and arguably the doyen of new media journalism. They take different approaches to social media which is apparent in their conversation.
What is happening now in journalism is a kind of convergence: traditional mainstream media are opening themselves to a more media open world, adopting digital tools which allow a more direct participation of the public in the news flood. As journalism and technologies continue to evolve, the role of curator may well continue to grow. Trusted curators, standards and better tools to filter content will be fundamental.
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