The Future of Journalism Is Ubiquitous Video
[This article originally appeared on Beet.tv]
While video plays an increasingly important role as a storytelling tool, principally enhancing print reporting, in the future, video will be ubiquitous and indistinguishable from print. It will be the predominant form of journalism, predicts Craig Duff, multimedia editor of Time.com in this interview with Beet.TV.
I interviewed him at the Streaming Media East conference, where he was on a panel about video journalism.
Other panelists included Kevin Delaney, managing editor of WSJ.com, and Ann Derry, editorial director of video for The New York Times.
At the Times, putting news online meant changing how the paper's own reporters saw their work.
Apple's popular smartphone is making it easy for reporters to capture video, and they don't need training to use it.
Online video has made it possible for reporters to gather and send video reports from around the world using nothing but a smartphone. Learn how top news organizations are seizing the opportunity.
The Wall Street Journal finds value in both the audience generated by live streaming and the processof putting together two daily online-only video newscasts
CBSNews.com has been finding an audience online by highlighting live video and working with popular live portal sites. Watch this interview to learn the secrets behinds the strategy.