Video In Demand at the Wall Street Journal

Over at the Nieman Lab web site, Adrienne LaFrance has the story about how the Wall Street Journal needs to produce more videos to satisfy advertiser demands.   Think about that – the Wall Street Journal, which 20 years ago didn’t even run photographs, has more demand for video advertising space than it can handle […]

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Video Storytelling Workshop, Online

The National Press Photographers Association is hosting an online workshop on video storytelling called Lighting, Writing and Surviving on Oct. 15. From the site: Join an all-star faculty on October 15, 2011 for an exciting day of presentations. Best of all, you don’t have to leave home to participate. Available On Line if you’re busy […]

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MSCNE Presentation on Video Journalism

I spent all day Wednesday teaching a Multimedia Immersion workshop as part of the Management Seminar for College News Editors. A pair of two-hour long sessions on shooting video in the morning, a mock-disaster exercise in the afternoon where the 60+ editors from across the country divided into eight teams to cover a simulated crash […]

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I Don’t Think Editors Like FCPX

I’m … I’m just getting this sense … that maybe, maybe … they think Apple has turned against them? RABERCO: The Destruction of Final Cut Studio from Raber Umphenour on Vimeo. Of course, it could be that Apple promised to get Final Cut Pro X out by a certain date and shipped it missing a […]

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Installing Final Cut Pro X

Getting the occasional question on this … with Apple’s release of Final Cut Pro X, a lot of folks have been picking up the $300 program. Those with an older install may run into some issues if they try and run both on the same drive, so Apple has posted a guide on how to […]

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Final Cut for the Masses?

There has been a lot of debate on the net since Apple did a sneak peek of the next generation of their pro-level non-linear editing software, Final Cut Pro X. Now, it’s in the wild and, while the debate is still ongoing, there’s one thing that’s a winner – the price. Final Cut Pro X […]

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Next Version of Final Cut Pro Demo’d

This exploded in my Twitter stream last night … Apple did a demonstration session for the next version of Final Cut Pro at the NAB SuperMeet in Las Vegas, Nev. Lots of interesting stuff and Larry Jordan has a good summation of them on his blog today. Highlights: – Available in June in the App […]

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News Story Shot on an iPad 2

It contains no edits, just a one shot deal, but reporter Mike McNeill with the Beaumont, Texas, Fox affiliate did a standup and interview on his iPad 2, which may be the first broadcast news piece done on the recent released tablet. (And, no, I don’t have one yet.)

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