Soundslides is a great multimedia tool for journalists to tell stories. We have posted about it before on this site. While it is a great program, there are times when people want to take
Will Sullivan has created a great resource for reporting on the go. It’s a guide reviewing mobile tools of all shapes, sizes and purposes. The Gear Guide that he compiled has reviewed products in 15
The National Scholastic Press Association and JEA have unveiled seven hands-on seminars for broadcast and digital media journalists at their national convention in Kansas City on November 11-13. The seminars will take place in
This article came out over the summer, but I figured the masses would benefit from a post more now rather than in late July. It’s from SmartBlogs.com and it’s titled “11 Tips for Creating
Happy Birthday to us! Happy Birthday to us! Happy Birthday JEADigitalMedia.org! Happy Birthday to us! It’s been exactly one today since we officially launched ourselves to the JEA Listserv. During that time we’ve worked to
Alan Weintraut has shared a Soundslides rubric he created for his students at Annandale High School in Fairfax County, Virginia.The rubric covers photography, audio, deadlines and editing. Download the Soundslides Rubric
Podcasts and Voice Thread slide shows. I made a brief slide show of my son walking around as R2D2 on Halloween as an example.
Looking for some multimedia advice? Adam Westbrook has posted some for multimedia journalists on HSJ.org. The 32-page PDF covers quite a few topics and even offers suggestions for equipment to buy (all you have
Iowa City High’s Football Team Story is Covered After Soldiers in Iraq Name A Mission After the Team This week my high school was lucky enough to have NPR come and cover a story at
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