The Virtual Video Workshop – A Workshop you can attend in your pajamas.
The Durlach Attack – essential skills at the speed of news
Will demonstrate how “staying in the moment” and being an “active photographer” leads to better sound and pictures. He’ll also show some recent stories he wrote as well as shot.
Storytelling in the Moment.
Suggestions for keeping the action going and keeping the story real; including active interviewing, active voice, and writing with natural sound.
Greg T Johnson
Seven Daily Habits of Highly Effective Editing
Great editing isn’t magic and these seven techniques can help improve anyone’s editing.
Location – a computer near you (all you need is internet access)
Date Saturday, September 19th.
Time 10:30 a.m. EST – approximately 4:30 p.m. EST
Sessions will run an hour, followed by a half hour online “chat” with the speaker.
Sessions will be taped and available online to all who register.
If you can’t commit to the entire day, don’t despair — presentations will be recorded and as a benefit of registration you’ll have free online access to all sessions at your convenience.
Each session will be an hour long and will take you “behind the curtain,” with practical discussion of the skills and techniques used by each presenter in creating their award winning work. During and between sessions, participants will be able to question speakers through online text.
The event will be hosted at The Poynter Institute in front of a live audience. In these tough economic times, prices have been kept low to make the workshop accessible:
$45.00 NPPA member
$55.00 Non-NPPA member
$35.00 NPPA student members currently enrolled in school
Free Laid-off NPPA members who held a full time job in journalism and are currently unemployed
Visit www.newsu.org/virtualvideoworkshop to register.