Tag: microphones

Podcasting Basics for Beginners

Podcasting Basics for Beginners

| March 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

The “War of the Worlds” hoax, Edward R. Murrow covering the bombing of London from rooftops during WWII and FDR’s fireside chats. All of those were examples of famous (or infamous) radio broadcasts throughout the history of the medium. While it is easy to get caught up in the fact that video is becoming easier […]

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Sound Design For Broadcast And Video

Sound Design For Broadcast And Video

| January 14, 2013 | 1 Comments

We often talk about the visual elements of broadcast journalism and multimedia like composition, focus and movement.  But the unsung hero of video journalism is really sound. Think about it: you get the EXACT quote from your sources (no one can claim you misquoted them), and you can hear their intonation and emotion.  Instead of […]

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Starting Video from Scratch: Equipment

Starting Video from Scratch: Equipment

| January 30, 2012 | 4 Comments

It’s always fun to get the best and coolest gear. Any time I can lay my hands on the latest and greatest, I try to snatch it up. That said, you don’t necessarily need top of the line gear to produce quality video.

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Mobile Reporting Tools Guide Available at RJIOnline.org

Mobile Reporting Tools Guide Available at RJIOnline.org

| December 2, 2010

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 different categories. The Applications section has categories ranging from Audio Editing Apps and File Transmission Apps to Note Taking Apps […]

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