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Smartphones and Mobile Media
Smartphones and Mobile Media
Smartphones and Mobile Media
Smartphones and Mobile Media
Smartphones and Mobile Media
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Smartphones and Mobile Media

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Amani Channel shares this presentation from SoCon10 at Kennesaw State University. "Producing Mobile Media with your Smartphone"

Amani Channel shares this presentation from SoCon10 at Kennesaw State University. "Producing Mobile Media with your Smartphone"

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  • 1. Create Mobile Mediawith your Cell Phone
    Amani Channel
    info@visualeyemedia.com
    www.visualeyemedia.com
    @visualeyemedia
    @urbanreporter
  • 2. About Amani Channel
    • Award-Winning Producer
    • 3. Broadcast Journalist
    • 4. Community Manager
    • 5. Social Media Producer
  • What is a Smartphone?
    “A mobile phone or connected handheld device that uses a high-level operating system, including iPhone OS, BlackBerry OS, Windows Mobile, PalmOS, WebOS, Symbian, and any flavor of Linux including Android.”
    -Forrester Research
  • 6. 2010: Year of the Smartphone?
    1/3 U.S. adults own a smartphone or QMD
    (Quick Messaging Device)
    -Forrester Research
  • 7. A Brief Background
    • Nokia phones were among the first to allow live Web streaming (www.qik.com)
    • 8. iPhone 3GS allow live streaming via Ustream.tv + application
    • 9. Other applications allow video uploading to web (www.kyte.tv, www.twitvid.com)
    • 10. Another option is to e-mail video
  • Cell Phones Break News
    • 2007 Virginia Tech Shooting
    • 11. 2009 Hudson Plane Crash (Twitpic)
  • Other Notable Phone Facts
    • Dec. 2008 - First Music Video Shot with iPhone
    • 12. June 2009 - iPhone 3GS Shoots News (WFOR)
    • 13. Aug. 2009 - Jeremy Jojola Shoots Live Shot
    • 14. Dec. 2009 - Ustream.tv Releases Live iPhone App.
  • Creating Mobile Media
    • Create an account – Website (video/photo)
    • 15. Download mobile application
    • 16. Sign on to account with your phone application
    • 17. Capture media
    • 18. Use application to upload to the web
    • 19. Hint: Use Twitter to share link + hashtag
  • Best Practices: Cell Phone Video
    • Raw Video (un-edited) 1-2 minutes max.
    • 20. Minimize background noise for interviews (no mic)
    • 21. Watch lighting
    • 22. Interviews: ask no more than 3 questions
    • 23. Hold camera as still as possible
  • Create Mobile Mediawith your Cell Phone
    Amani Channel
    info@visualeyemedia.com
    www.visualeyemedia.com
    @visualeyemedia
    @urbanreporter

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