As the competition gets tougher and newsrooms shrink, every television journalist has to do more to remain relevant in this new decade.
Most of us accept many myths to be valid until they are proved wrong scientifically, and when we get an opportunity to take a look at such efforts. This week I found a few videos and one non-video story that effectively busted a few myths.
Finding the correct angle to a news story can, at times, be a tough task, but this learned skill can often help reporters to identify hidden stories. Some of the stories may be obvious, but one may not have thought of it as a news story worth covering. However, after being put together as a video, the story comes to life and can be very interesting.
Twitter is affecting the way television journalists report the news. This social media platform has effected this disruption in more than one way and is better than other such websites and apps.
There are many advantages in using mobile phone cameras for news purpose. But there are disadvantages too. Learn to be on top of them to record better news stories.
‘Oddity’ is one of the main aspects for picking up a news story. The following are some of the interesting-odd stories that got featured in different media sites. It highlights how news reporters are finding ways to wow their audience in an increasingly competitive world.
For many of us interactive news stories may feel like fun as they have an element of participation. […]
Every week we will look into some top videos, anchors, reporters, news reports or any specific aspect of […]