Online video and audio – a multimedia introduction

Here are a series of videos, audio slideshows and podcasts that demonstrate some key lessons in producing audio and video for the web – and how that is different from broadcast.

Here are a series of videos, audio slideshows and podcasts that demonstrate some key lessons in producing audio and video for the web – and how that is different from broadcast.

http://storify.com/paulbradshaw/online-video-and-audio-a-multimedia-introduction/

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4 thoughts on “Online video and audio – a multimedia introduction

  1. Mason Buettner

    Thanks Paul, I think it is very important for us to know about the many different multimedia formats in the changing atmosphere of journalism. As more and more content is available online, multimedia formats will continue to evolve in the process. You provided a great overview of what kind of formats can effective be used to present news stories.

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  2. Peter Demain

    A good set of links on a wide subject. Here’s another, a TED talk by a Korean author which echoes and expounds the above:

    Be an artist, right now

    I’ve prattled on about the finest journalism being an art form, media included. Documentary films are often journalistic and have risen in popularity concurrently with the Internet. Many of these, say Food Inc. or An Inconvenient Truth, provide or summarize slow-burning stories in a manner that somewhat emulates long term investigative reporting.

    Can day-to-day stories with a lead time of hours can be consistently presented online in audio or video with production and editing? Are some bootlace budgeted online outlets trying this model? If it were to happen to what degree would the Internet’s offbeat tone be emulated to the point of meaningful difference from what we’re used to a 6 O’clock of an evening? Or for now will only the likes of the established formatting Brooker summed up be present?

    Food for thought anyhow. Thanks Paul.

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  3. Pingback: #Tip: Producing multimedia with online in mind | Editors Blog | Journalism.co.uk

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