DSLR video and Photography
13.7K views | +1 today
Follow
DSLR video and Photography
Round of tips, resources, courses for DSLR video and filmmaking
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by UnitedByPhotography
Scoop.it!

The Most Powerful Photographs of 2013, According to The Atlantic

The Most Powerful Photographs of 2013, According to The Atlantic | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
About a week ago, Reuters put together a powerful video featuring what it considered to be the "Photos of the Year" as taken by Reuters photographers. But
UnitedByPhotography's insight:

Some really iconic images and reportage of 2013

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by UnitedByPhotography
Scoop.it!

Press scheme 'will work and endure' news regulation on British media

Press scheme 'will work and endure' news regulation on British media | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it

Media organisations are deciding how to respond to proposals agreed by the main political parties, amid deep divisions over the implications for Britain's centuries-old tradition of press freedom.

 
UnitedByPhotography's insight:

Some of the biggest national newspaper publishers warned last night that there are a number of "deeply contentious issues" surrounding the scheme unveiled in Parliament, which have still to be resolved.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by UnitedByPhotography
Scoop.it!

36 stories that prove citizen journalism matters

36 stories that prove citizen journalism matters | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
The 3rd Annual iReport Awards offer a chance to reflect on 2012's biggest news events and see 36 examples of citizen journalism at its finest.
UnitedByPhotography's insight:

How citizenship journalism showcase shows how stories matter, no matter where they come from.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by UnitedByPhotography
Scoop.it!

Newsroom Cutbacks Are Hurting Journalism, Study Shows

Newsroom Cutbacks Are Hurting Journalism, Study Shows | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
U.S. newsrooms have cut their staffs by about 30% since highs reached in 2000, and journalism is suffering as a result.
UnitedByPhotography's insight:
Fewer Resources = Poorer Quality JournalismThere are now less than 40,000 full-time employees working in news, the lowest since 1978, Pew found.

At the same time, companies and other organizations are seizing opportunities to deliver their messages straight to the public — rather than through the media — with mixed results.

 
more...
No comment yet.