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    Visualizing Public Radio Visualizing Public Radio Presentation Transcript

    • Visualizing PublicRadioGrant Slater, Visual Journalist, KPCC
    • Visualizing reporters stories Covering big news eventsVideo Radio
    • •Visualizing public radio•Establishing a visual identity•Curating like-minded content•Building community around photosaudiovision.scpr.org • audiovision.tumblr.com • twitter.com/audiovision • facebook.com/audiovision
    • InstaRadio - The +’s and -’s• Personality Building• Immediate Action• Loyalty - Engagement• Fast and Easy• Not a huge traffic-driver• Quality is key• Not web-native
    • Who will Instagram for you?•Everyone can be a photographer.•One team manages and distributes.•Make the rules clear.
    • InstaRadio @ KPCC@KPCC @grantslater @maeryan @maya_sugarman@taketwoshow @sandentotten @harpla
    • The Tubes• Make it easy on yourself. Hashtags.• Use services like web.stagram.com or statigr.am
    • What should you Instagram?People whovisit your stationNews photos Animals!Flowers! #pubradio nerddom Behind the scenes
    • Connect With YourCommunity•Ask your audience for images.•Partner with local Instagrammers/community builders.•Dont be afraid to give it air time.•Go to Instameets. Do a radio story onan Instameet.
    • Make Better Images•Photography rules apply. Rule of thirds,light and storytelling.•Avoid Blur and Blown-Out Highlights•Shoot > Edit > Share/Publish•Get closer. People are just people.
    • Tools (i.e. Apps)•Most important, ditch the built-in camera app.Camera+ ProCameraAfterlight Filterstorm
    • Other Apps• Android: ProCapture, Camera Zoom FX, Camera JB+• Editing: VSCO CAM, Snapseed, PS Express, PhotoForge 2, Decim8,Glitche, Blender, PicFrame• Shooting: Filmic Pro (Video), Hipstamatic, KitCam• Sharing: EyeEm, Backspaces, Starmatic, Vine, Snapchat, Echograph
    • Stay In TouchE-Mail: gslater@scpr.orgTwitter: @grantslaterInstagram: @grantslaterhttp://grant-slater.comTwitter: @AudioVisionInstagram: @KPCCaudiovision.scpr.org