Quick, Quality Video News Stories

Course Overview

Title:
Quick, Quality Video News Stories
Type:
Seminar Snapshot
Cost:
$19.95
Time Estimate:
One hour

About Seminar Snapshots

A Seminar Snapshot features video highlights that capture the key learning of a seminar presentation.

Work smarter and faster and still produce a complete story on deadline. This one-hour presentation will help you shoot for the edit and organize your work for deadline editing.

This replay is from The Poynter Institute and the National Press Photographers Foundation's day-long event, Video Storytelling Workshop: 2010 Edition.

What Will I Learn:
  • Preparing for a deadline-driven assignment
  • Efficient in-the-field video and audio techniques
  • Sequencing the fast way
Who should take this course:

TV and multimedia reporters, photojournalists and producers who want to tell powerful video stories.

Instructor: 

Darren Durlach

Darren Durlach is senior multimedia producer for The Boston Globe. Previously, he was a senior photojournalist at WBFF-TV in Baltimore, Md., and he has won the Ernie Crisp National Photographer of the Year title three times. After winning more than 80 other national and regional awards, including 11 Emmys and two b-roller of the year awards, Darren credits his success to the countless hours his colleagues and mentors have spent sharing their knowledge with him.

Training Partner:

National Press Photographers Foundation

The National Press Photographers Foundation Inc., a non-profit organization, is charged with advancing press photography through education and awarding scholarships and fellowships to deserving individuals who have demonstrated ability or promise in the field of photojournalism.