Gift of Training + Shift in Newsroom Thinking = Multimedia Storytelling

Vucci, Evan
March 2010
Nieman Reports;Spring2010, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p50
The author stresses the significance of video training for photojournalists at the Associated Press (AP). He mentions that actively engaging with others in the newsrooms and accepting emerging technology are some of the keys to success in photojournalism. He relates her experience of working on a multimedia project for AP entitled "Killer Blue: Baptized by Fire." He adds that editorial staff are encouraged by AP newsroom leaders to conceptualize stories based on photographic, video and audio possibilities.


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