I respect and admire the work of Benjamin Chesterson, Co-Founder of duckrabbit and he’s someone I turn to for virtual mentorship on occasion.
I posted previously about my revisiting the use of audio slideshows and came across this five year old posting from the duckrabbit blog entitled “In Praise Of The Audio Slideshow” and I reached out to Benjamin via twitter about whether the medium is just as valid today as it was five years ago. He said in a nutshell of course it was – if done properly to reflect the story/subject matter. Continue reading “Audio Slideshows: Part Two”
@MediaStorm founder Brian Storm and producer Tim McLaughlin discuss in their first mini-lesson Continue reading “Audio Interview Basics: MediaStorm Mini-Lesson #001”
It’s easier and more affordable than ever to set up a small studio, whether at home, or as an auxiliary production space in a larger facility.
As the trend toward smaller, less-expensive, more-powerful recording gear continues to accelerate, it gets harder and harder to stay on top of the latest innovations and deals.
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As a multimedia journalist, I’ve had to produce content that was less than ideal in my opinion in order to meet the lack of attention spans of viewers in todays society – and keep the lights turned on.
Continue reading “Creating A Renaissance in Audio Storytelling”
A compelling and thought provoking discourse on what public journalism should be.
A compelling question we need to ask ourselves. What if we are both of these labels and due to a cultural bias imposed by others, we are made to feel we have to be one or the other?
Maybe it’s time to consider ourselves as both Journalists and Activists – where else would we find the passion to tell those stories that drive us to do what we do?