Articles in Multimedia
Are you a journalist 24/7? Does the company you work for own you? Does it harm your credibility as a journalist if you share personal opinions online? Are some opinions more appropriate to share than …
By Heather Christie
Journalism students seeking employment at online media companies are in fact more likely to find a job at a mainstream print news organisation than their peers who desire only a traditional career, says …
This week video technology firm Brightcove, which already supplies players for the website of Channel 4 and Telegraph.co.uk, launched a new service aimed squarely at individuals and smaller video news organisations.
Brightcove Express will cost $99 a month for 50 videos a month, 40 GB and 1 user having access to the technology behind the player.
Freelance writer and new media blogger Robin Brown has come up with a great round-up of tools available online – and perhaps more importantly for free – that could be of use to online journalists.
Last week Journalism.co.uk attended Reuters and Amplified’s #1pound40 conference. More details on the event at this link – but essentially a series of discussion on the impact and potential for social media in journalism and politics.
@documentally aka Christian Payne was hopping from table to table capturing audio of the discussion which he kindly shared using Audioboo.
Three breakout sessions in the morning at news:rewired will address the practicalities of multimedia news:
How to do it
What to do when it goes wrong
How to manage your online news communities.