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Presentation as part of a Year 2 undergraduate module on Online Journalism. Part of the degree in Journalism at Birmingham City University's School of Media.

Presentation as part of a Year 2 undergraduate module on Online Journalism. Part of the degree in Journalism at Birmingham City University's School of Media.

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  • 1. Paul Bradshaw Senior Lecturer, Online Journalism, Magazines and New Media, School of Media, Birmingham City University, UK (mediacourses.com) Blogger, Online Journalism Blog Video online
  • 2. We STILL haven’t got ALL DAY
  • 3. Why would we watch?
  • 4. Adding value
  • 5. watch
  • 6.  
  • 7. Adding value?
  • 8. Critique
  • 9. four types of online video?
  • 10. moving pictures
  • 11. Video diary
  • 12. Edited narrative
  • 13. TV show?
  • 14. TV show? Vodcast
  • 15. Consumption on the move
  • 16. Attention span
  • 17. Sorry?
  • 18. Attention span
  • 19. 11-12 seconds
  • 20. 80% information
  • 21. Non verbal
  • 22. movement
  • 23. mise en scene
  • 24. intimacy
  • 25. colour
  • 26. Have enough pix to cover the story
  • 27. cutaways
  • 28. unedited material?
  • 29. The blogger effect
  • 30.  
  • 31. personality
  • 32. Interactivity?
  • 33. Interactivity YouTube
  • 34. Interactivity YouTube UGC
  • 35. brevity
  • 36. chunks
  • 37. Non-linear
  • 38. (from AndyDickinson.net)
  • 39. More video tips* *from www.newslab.org/resources/photogtips.htm
  • 40. Seek strong characters and your stories will sing.
  • 41. Don't stop the action for the interview
  • 42. Shoot for sound
  • 43. Watch out for words and music
  • 44. Simple tricks can save you in editing (lots of tight shots on one tape)
  • 45. Use your “third eye” (your heart)
  • 46. Remember to watch
  • 47. optimised: 512kbps (good broadband) 38kbps (dial-up)
  • 48. The bullet points
    • Make sure you’re adding value
    • It’s not television, it’s video
    • Keep attention with movement, mise en scene, personality , intimacy
  • 49. Further reading
    • AndyDickinson.net
    • Newsvideographer.com/
    • http://delicious.com/paulb/onlinevideo
  • 50. Do something now
    • In teams:
    • Film one of you speaking about your experiences as a correspondent
      • Anecdotes?
      • What are the top stories
      • Opinion
      • How have you found sources (or not)
    • Track down an expert for quick interview
    • Try mobile video
    • Try to incorporate movement, personality, and mise en scene – perhaps film different lines in different places
    • Edit for brevity and impact
  • 51. Paul Bradshaw Course Director, MA Online Journalism, School of Media, Birmingham City University, UK (mediacourses.com) Blogger, Online Journalism Blog [email_address] Twitter.com/paulbradshaw