Ian Maule of the Tulsa World was awarded GRAND PRIZE honors this morning (as well as first-place in the spot news category) in SNPA's annual Photo / Video Contest.
Awards were announced at the SNPA-Inland Annual Meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Read this story to see the winning photos and videos.MORE
SNPA has announced the finalists in this year's Photo / Video Contest. Is one of your photographers on this list?MORE
By Jennifer Nelson, Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute
With nearly half of their website traffic coming from outside visitors, the staff of the Steamboat Pilot and Today in Steamboat Springs, Colo. – a ski resort community – is experimenting with a new technology to immerse visitors in the sights and activities.MORE
Google's YouTube Live is one of several live-streaming platforms and apps journalists can use to reach and interact with their audience. Nicholas Whitaker, Google training and development manager, spoke about YouTube Live during the recent Walter B. Potter Conference at the Reynolds Journalism Institute. YouTube channels must be verified and have at least 1,000 subscribers before channel owners can stream from a mobile device, says Whitaker.MORE
By Jean Hodges, senior director of content, GateHouse Media
How can we grow in the digital space? Clearly, the answer is to produce content that matters to our readers. Apart from all of the deep work we have to do to understand our communities, which is valuable and necessary and good, here are a few ways to grow your numbers in all the right places. Maybe these aren't news to you, but do them consistently, and you will do a happy dance when you see your analytics.MORE
Daily and non-daily newspapers are encouraged to honor the outstanding work that their photographers do by entering their work in the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association's 2017 Photo/Video Contest. The contest is sponsored by Second Street.
Your best photographers can win cash prizes and earn recognition!
Entries will be accepted through June 24.MORE
Video Lab West, McClatchy's new effort in the creation and consumption of digital video, is planning to arrive in the Historic Sacramento train depot, along with leading tech partners.MORE
How can newspapers turn video from a product to an organizational strategy and monetize it?MORE
It’s never been easier to just hop on a live video stream and broadcast to the world from wherever you are. So now that anyone with a smartphone can do this, the question is which tool makes the most sense to use? In this episode, we compare three different live-streaming services: Facebook Live, Kanvas for Tumblr and Periscope. We also take a look at what YouTube has in development for going live.MORE
Journalists are routinely using virtual reality and 360-degree video to put viewers in places they wouldn't otherwise be able to visit. But for smaller newsrooms with modest budgets, 360 video can seem out of reach.
Shaheryar Popalzai, a Knight International Journalism Fellow, says building a 360 video toolkit is easier and cheaper than you might think. He offers affordable recommendations for assembling a basic 360 toolkit.MORE
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