Monday, April 06, 2009

Digital Video Photojournalism Experiences & Tips

Photojournalism guru Ken Kobre has put together a special video-focused edition of The Digital Journalist, with newspaper and Public Relations or organizational/institutional communication crossover articles. More evidence that, online, video isn't just for television anymore.

Ken says:

"The Digital Journalist (TDJ) has been on the front lines of reinventing photojournalism since its first issue 11 years ago. This month, the issue is devoted to videojournalism, and we’re blessed to have some of the nation’s top practitioners in this emerging field contribute. They tell and show how they are changing this emerging field..."


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Institutional Videojournalism
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