Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Broadcast Story Structure JEA/NSPA Orlando

1,352 views

Published on

2015 National High School Journalism Convention. Images contain link outs to video and resources.

Published in: Education
  • Yes you are right. There are many research paper writing services available now. But almost services are fake and illegal. Only a genuine service will treat their customer with quality research papers. ⇒ www.WritePaper.info ⇐
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here

Broadcast Story Structure JEA/NSPA Orlando

  1. 1. BROADCAST STORY STRUCTURE NHSJC Orlando Don Goble @dgoble2001
  2. 2. Goals of the session
  3. 3. 1.Build some common language 2.Iden8fy the basics of a good video 3.Illustrate some tangible examples Goals
  4. 4. “HEY! YOU…SEE…SO.” BOB DOTSON - NBC NEWS
  5. 5. “ON THE ROAD” WITH STEVE HARTMAN
  6. 6. On the Road... How does Steve Hartman set up the beginning? “HEY” What’s in the middle? “SEE” What did we see and hear at the end? “SO” What techniques were used to get our aNen8on and tell the story? • wri%ng, VOs, NAT sound, introducing characters without lower thirds use of writing (voiceover), short soundbites, NAT sound, introducing characters without lower thirds.
  7. 7. Basics of a good video 1. Make the subject maNer meaningful 2. Every picture has a sound = draws people to video 3. Mo8on = Emo8on 4. Shaky video = amateur video 5. Zoom your feet, not the lens
  8. 8. 6. Visual appeal 7. Unique access 8. Characters - “Tell me about…” 9. If they SAY it, SHOW it 10. Every ac8on has a reac8on - Susan Boyle example Basics of a good video
  9. 9. 6 basic shots 1. Ac8on Wide - WS 2. Ac8on Medium - MS 3. Ac8on Tight - T or CU 4. Reac8on Wide 5. Reac8on Medium 6. Reac8on Tight For every ACTION there is a REACTION! Make sure to capture both on camera.
  10. 10. The Art of Storytelling Beginning, middle, end Explana8on to students = treat it like a crea8ve essay NAT sound as hooks If they SAY it, SHOW it! Figuring out sequencing - the best soundbite can lead the story
  11. 11. The Art of Storytelling Compelling Soundbites - short, concise Interject VO’s (voiceovers) Story Twists/reveals = “golden nuggets” Leaving the viewer with a soundbite or NAT sound that makes a statement to savor Advancing the story - great ar%cle for more info
  12. 12. Q & A Broadcast story structure Don Goble dgoble@ladueschools.net aboutme./dongoble @dgoble2001

×