The country has perhaps never been in such an advantageous state of mind to usher in a new era of education that integrates mind-blowing innovations in mixed reality technology.
One of the best parts of working in TV news is the energy you feel in the studio surrounded by lights and action. So what do you do when a pandemic forces you to work from home? Here’s how my Florida Focus class created TV newscasts 100% remotely.
This post walks you through using a Ricoh Theta S 360 camera and editing 360 photos for web and social media.
If the pen was mightier than the sword, mobile phones are our atomic agent of change.
Coming up after the break, how to write teases that will make your viewers watch your newscast.
Every television newsroom is a little different depending on the market size, but here is an overview of the jobs at an average news station.
Immersive storytelling is opening a new world for journalists. This post will show you innovative examples of 360, AI and AR.
One of the best ways to sharpen your TV news skills is to watch and learn. Let’s analyze some award-winning videos to see how you can improve your storytelling.
This post walks you through how to use Adobe Premiere Pro to edit videos.
A great producer always asks themselves one question about every story they choose to air… who cares? A great producer can quickly sift through hundreds of headlines and videos every day and pick out the ones that matter to their viewers.
Multitask like a journalist! Here are some of my favorite podcast episodes about writing, interviewing and social media.
Want to be a storyteller? These story pitch tips will help you feel more confident at editorial meetings and help you avoid the dreaded story rejection.
Institutional injustice stems from hundreds of years of bias against people based on things like their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, education and lack of wealth.
Bad headlines are everywhere. We’ll take a look at a few common mistakes to keep an eye out for when you’re news editing.