The Digital Reporter's Notebook by Mark Blaine

By Mark Blaine

Powerful storytelling engages the senses, and this day, there are extra obtainable electronic instruments on hand for telling multimedia tales than ever ahead of. The electronic Reporter’s Notebook teaches useful electronic storytelling thoughts that reporters can positioned into perform immediately, utilizing the expertise they have already got of their wallet. Mark Blaine demonstrates the best way to assemble info and arrange it right into a profitable multimedia tale with out wasting sight of the necessities of excellent journalism.


These 40 short chapters offer a flexible toolkit for multimedia reporters, together with actions and workouts to construct a robust beginning in electronic storytelling. Readers also will are looking to try out the interactive app, including movies and animations that convey the thoughts and concepts within the ebook to life.


Topics include:




  • Lighting & Framing



  • Collecting Sound



  • Scene environment & correct Detail



  • Interview Techniques



  • Story Structure



  • File Management

The electronic Reporter’s Notebook is perfect for on-line journalism classes and introductory reporting classes utilizing a convergence approach.

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