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Steve Rice and Judd Slivka: Promise and potholes: Where we are in mobile journalism

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Steve Rice

Convergence Journalism Assistant Professor, Missouri School of Journalism

Steve Rice is an assistant professor in convergence journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism. Previously, he was a member of the Minneapolis Star Tribune’s news video team (2009-2010) that produced studio and news projects for the Star Tribune’s website. He helped produce a daily news program called "NewsBreak," a number of sports and entertainment weekly videos, plus breaking news and feature events.

Rice worked as a still photographer and videographer for the Star Tribune’s feature sections (2007-2009) with an emphasis on food photography, video stories and general feature photography.
Previously, he designed and directed the production of Knight Ridders’ book, “Come Hell and High Water,” on the flooding that devastated Grand Forks, N.D. He worked as a picture and project editor for Bill Gates’ digital imaging company, responsible for editing a photographer’s archive of work to be included in the Corbis stock collection.

Under his leadership, the Miami Herald photography department won two photo Pulitzer Prizes and were finalists on three other occasions. The photo department’s work from Hurricane Andrew was part of the Gold Medal for Public Service in 1993.

Judd Slivka

Convergence Journalism Assistant Professor, Missouri School of Journalism

Judd Slivka teaches multimedia and mobile journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism. He has worked at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Seattle Post-Intelligencer and Arizona Republic newspapers, as well as leading the Missouri Department of Natural Resources' communications and IT efforts.

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  • 1. Promises and Potholes: Where we are and where we’re going in mobile Where  are  we  on  the  road?   Pressure  points   A  journalism  of  tradeoffs   A  solu8on?   Tools   [Acquisi8on  cost  is  down]   [The  market  is  providing  incen8ves]   [Three  developing  models]   [HiBng  the  performance  ceiling]   [The  expecta8on  game]   [Flexibility  vs.  Depth]   [Cost  vs.  Quality]   [What  I  can  do  vs.  What  I  should  do]   [Thinking  in  terms  of     what  it  isn’t]   [The  things  we  carry]   Judd  Slivka   Steve  Rice   Missouri  School  of  Journalism  
  • 2. Promises and Potholes: Where we are and where we’re going in mobile Where  are  we  on  the  road?   [Acquisi8on  cost  is  down]   [The  market  is  providing  incen8ves]   [Three  developing  models]  
  • 3. Where  are  we  on  the  road?   [Acquisi8on  cost  is  down]   Canon  5d  Mk  III:  $3,300   ManfroWo  Tripod:  $150   MacBookPro  15":  $2,000   Sennheiser  wireless  mic:  $600   BeachTek  preamp:  $439   1  year  Adobe  Crea8ve  Cloud:$600   Total  cost:  $7,089         5-­‐year  amor8zed  cost:  $1,898  per  year     128GB  iPad  Mini:  $700   iOgrapher  mount:  $70   ManfroWo  tripod:  $150   Sennheiser  wireless  mic:  $600     Lens  kit:  $150   iRig  Pro  pre-­‐amp:  $150   Apps:  $100   Total  cost:  $1,280         Tradi8onal  Kit   Mobile  Tools  Kit   5-­‐year  amor8zed  cost:  $256  per  year  
  • 4. Where  are  we  on  the  road?   [The  market  is  providing  incen8ves   for  third-­‐party  app  development]   [Three  developing  models  of  mobile-­‐tool  journalism]  
  • 5. Pressure  points   [Expecta8ons  are  higher  than   the  performance  ceiling]   [Early  adopter  problems]  
  • 6. A  journalism  of  tradeoffs   [Flexibility  vs.  Depth]   [Cost  vs.  Quality]   [What  I  can  do  vs.  What  I  should  do]  
  • 7. A  journalism  of  tradeoffs   [The  conundrum  of  mobile-­‐tool  news  gathering]     The  more  produc8on  quality  we  add,     the  less  mobile  we  become  
  • 8. A  journalism  of  tradeoffs  
  • 9. Solu8on:  Embrace  flexibility   [ThingLink]   [Steller]   [Storehouse]  [360  Panorama]  
  • 10. The  things  we  carry   [Video]   [Audio]   [Photo]   [Storytelling]   [Gear]   Shoot:  FilMiC  Pro   Edit:Pinnacle  Studio   Enrich:  GifferPro   Gather:  VoiceRecorderPro   Edit:  Twisted  Wave   Mix:  Voddio   Shoot:  Camera+   Edit:  SnapSeed   Enrich:  360  Panorama   iPhone:  Steller   iPad:  Storehouse   Enrich:  ThingLink  

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