For RTV 2100 at the University of Florida.
- Video is on the Web (CBS
News video selection page).
- But real "Web video" is different from TV (example:
click Interview Archive)
- Belo Corp. owns several TV stations, including KING
5 in Seattle and Fox-11
(KMSB) in Tucson. Many of the stations use the same Web template. Superficially,
they appear similar. But if you really get into the sites, you'll see big
differences. KING 5 is one of the best local TV news sites
on the Web, because they have invested time and effort in creating original
content for the site and adapting TV content intelligently.
- Reporters and producers for NBC News (and even Brian Williams) are writing
daily entries in a blog (The
Daily Nightly) that takes us behind the scenes.
- Some newspapers are creating original video for their Web sites
without the help of any TV "partners." These videos tend to be longer than
TV news segments, and there's no reporter on camera and no voiceover.
- Photo slideshows with audio sometimes tell a story online better than video could
A journalist at The New York Times, Naka Nathaniel, epitomizes a new kind
of journalistic storyteller who works with video, audio, still photography
and a variety of online production tools. Trained in broadcast journalism
at the University of Texas at Austin, he often works in challenging locations
such as Sudan, Palestine and Afghanistan.
Five big companies own most of the TV and radio stations, movie
studios, music recording labels, newspapers, magazines and book publishers
in the United States.
Here's what The
Big 10 media owners looked like in 2001. This chart is really nice because
it shows simply and graphically how much these companies influence everything
we see, hear and read.
an up-to-date site from the nonprofit Center for Public Integrity, keeps track
of ownership and consolidation in the broadcast, cable and telecom businesses.
Flash Journalism: Professional Practice Today
Online Journalism Review, Sept. 22, 2005
12 online journalists tell us why and how they use Flash.
by Naka Nathaniel of The New York Times
Facts and news about online news video
Society of News Design annual interactive awards (direct
links to winners are here)
A database and group blog of great online work and news about our journalism
tools (now featuring podcasts)