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Third in a series of digital journalism workshops at the University of Washington

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  • All Together Now: MultiMedia, YouTube and You UW Journalism Multi-Media Workshop Kathy Gill 25 April 2008
  • But First … a reprise
  • JJ Wright @ Flickr
  • MSNBC 2006 year in review
  • Audio “News” Stories
    • Dave Matthews & Dalai Lama
    • Patrick McDonald’s Recommendations
    • Seattle PI Editorial Board
    • Washington Post “Discussions”
    • Miami Dolphins On The Run
    • Miami High School Sports: The Countdown
  • Today’s Agenda
    • What makes a multi-media story click?
    • How to produce a multi-media story without knowing Flash (SoundSlides et al demos)
    • How to put your stories on YouTube
  • Some Definitions
    • Multi-Media Story
      • “A multimedia story is some combination of text, still photographs, video clips, audio, graphics and interactivity presented on a Web site in a nonlinear format in which the information in each medium is complementary, not redundant.”
        • Multimedia Journalism, Berkeley
      • One type: our NPR story last week
      • Another: Herald-Sun “ Touching Hearts ”
  • Some Definitions
    • Audio-Slide Show
      • A story told in a combination of sound and still photos
      • The audio provides “more” than a mere caption
      • Both images/sound provide “more” than the text story alone
  • Multi-Media Examples
    • CS Monitor
      • “ Writing is my salvation ”
    • Minneapolis Star-Tribune
      • Penumbra director talks about “Gem of the Ocean”
    • NY Times
      • How the Pentagon Spread Its Message
    • Newsweek – SD Fires
  • Multi-Media Principles
    • If you become a producer …
    • memorize these tips from ONR
      • Avoid info overload
      • Understand “reader” expectations re interaction functionality
      • Use animations with care
      • Let “readers” control the action
      • Involve “readers” in testing graphics
  • Process: Storyboarding
    • What is the lede or nut graph (why do we care)?
    • What are the logical parts of the story?
    • Which parts work best in text, audio, photo, video (if this is an option)
    • Do you need info graphics? A map?
    • Storyboard Template ( from PBS - pdf )
  • Work From Web
    • Demo SoundSlides et al
    • Demo FTP
    • Configure UW Account (if needed)