Posted on July 28, 2018
Most of my work time is now spent writing code tutorials for journalism students and making videos for them. If you want to follow my recent work, I suggest: Follow me on Twitter: @macloo Follow my professional page on… Read More
Posted on April 19, 2014
I published a post on Medium.com 11 days ago. The title is (Re)defining multimedia journalism. I thought it would be interesting to publish it there, instead of here, on my own blog, and see what would happen. Medium… Read More
Posted on April 7, 2014
Is blogging still relevant to journalism? This is one of the questions Mark Briggs is considering as he begins work on the third edition of his popular textbook Journalism Next. In his blog post, he listed the following chapters:… Read More
Posted on April 28, 2013
In non-TV news organizations today, we see mostly one of two choices for video (or both of these):
iPhone (more than any other phone or small device)
DSLR (various models)
All the smaller video cams seem to have fallen out of favor. Only TV and feature-length documentary makers use high-end video cameras.
What does this mean for teaching in j-schools? Some great minds in multimedia journalism education have been discussing that on the Facebook group “ONA Educators,” in response to a question posted on April 25, 2013. With permission of those named, here is what they said.
Posted on April 25, 2013
These are the most-viewed posts on this blog in the past 30 days: 10 examples of bespoke article design and scrolling goodness 10 Rules for Visual Storytelling Advice to journalism students: Forget grad school! Recording phone interviews: A… Read More
Posted on November 10, 2012
A new translation of this guide is now available, thanks to the efforts of Alessandra de Falco, a journalism professor at Universidade Federal de São João del-Rei in Brazil. She uses the guide in her classes. Em Português:… Read More