Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture. “Finally, a way of framing modern media creation and consumption that actually reflects reality and allows us to talk about it in a way that makes sense.
It's a spreadable world and we are ALL part of it. Useful for anyone who makes media, analyzes it, consumes it, markets it or breathes.” Fall Submissions Are Here! Knowing, growing and measuring audience for digital video. We have never had more information about audience behavior than we do today.
In the past a newspaper measured its success in part by circulation numbers and daily sales. Videotagebücher auf dbate.de: No Pets, no Porn. 10.11.2014 14:55 UhrVon Kurt Sagatz.
Lindsay Poulton. Tutorials « Treehouse User Guide. The open documentary lab. The New Digital Storytelling Series: Ingrid Kopp - Open Documentary Lab at MIT. The MIT Open Documentary Lab teamed up with Filmmaker Magazine on The New Digital Storytelling Series, a group of interviews with leading digital storytellers, technologists and curators.
This interview was previously published on FilmmakerMagazine.com and is reposted with permission. In the seventh part of Filmmaker‘s interview project with prominent figures from the world of transmedia, conducted through the MIT Open Documentary Lab, Ingrid Kopp, Director of Digital Initiatives at Tribeca Film Institute, answers our questions. Kopp oversees the TFI New Media Fund, runs Tribeca Hacks and produces TFI Interactive during the Tribeca Film Festival. For an introduction to this entire series, and links to all the installments so far, check out “Should Filmmakers Learn to Code,” by MIT Open Documentary Lab’s Sarah Wolozin.
MIT Open Documentary Lab: How do you see people making the transition to digital interactive storytelling? MIT Open Documentary Lab: How does the role of a director change? Tips for managing interactive journalism projects. An attractive, informative infographic or other interactive product can be the satisfying end result of a digital team's hard work.
But former Guardian interactive designer Mariana Santos says the process of getting there is just as important. “For a team, it’s as much about the trip as it is about arriving,” says Santos, an ICFJ Knight International Journalism Fellow. She is the founder of Chicas Poderosas, a movement to train women to participate in technology in newsrooms throughout Latin America. Santos recently conducted a training session on project management for interactive digital narration teams, in Santiago, Chile. Santos talked with IJNet about how to achieve great group dynamics and effective communication, which she says helps overall quality in newsrooms. Communication is key. BBC Academy - Production - Digital storytelling Q&A: Film-making for the Web. Our expert panel answered your questions on film-making, storytelling and sharing your videos online.
Creating gripping and enthralling stories and turning them into fantastic films can be a real challenge. So we pulled in a panel of storytelling and film-making experts from across the industry to share their tips, tricks, techniques and approaches to making brilliant digital stories. Creative professionals. Editing theory - Digital Storytelling - University of Birmingham. NowThis. BBC Academy - Journalism - Digital innovation: Producing video for online and TV.
Making the best use of video for online and social media requires an innovative approach.
Inga Thordar, front page editor for the BBC News website, has led experiments with different styles and formats. Traditional television news packages are not necessarily what people want online or on mobile, which is why the BBC Global News video team has tested a number of formats and different ways to tell stories. Inga Thordar, editor of the BBC News homepage and the team lead, says experimenting with video is increasingly important as the way audiences consume news on websites and social media continues to change. BBC Academy - Journalism - How to succeed on YouTube. With more than 7,000 hours of news content posted to YouTube every 24 hours, journalists need to make their content stand out.
YouTube strategist Kate Rushworth says one of the best ways to succeed is to have a strong editorial voice that makes it clear what the channel will deliver - either through the personality of presenters or the kind of content available. Kate Rushworth says the thumbnail image and video’s title should never be afterthoughts: because they entice the audience they are “of paramount importance”. Other tips she reveals in this video include getting breaking news content up as fast as possible after the event, but remembering that videos that provide background or explanation can also attract substantial interest.
GoPro: Drifting with the New 360° Camera Array. Smartphone Filmmaking Is Here to Stay: Learn How to Do It Right in This Free Workshop. Even the most cynical among us (myself in particular) has to admit that smartphone filmmaking has come a long way in the past few years, and that the technology will only continue to get better as we push into the future.
On May 28th, this Thursday afternoon between the hours of 1pm and 4pm Pacific Time, our friends over at CreativeLive will be airing a three-hour crash course in smartphone filmmaking with some of the people who are doing it best. The course features Neill Barham (the dude who created FiLMIC Pro, which is one of the best filmmaking iPhone apps out there) and Jonathan Houser, a world-class cinematographer. They'll share how they use FiLMIC Pro in conjunction with audio tools from IK Multimedia in order to capture great image and audio quality.