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Audio-visual: Shooting video for your news site? Avoid pans and zooms - it looks bad on the net and camera movement slows down the video stream. Talking heads might seem boring but they are very watchable online. Tipster: Oliver Luft
Audio-visual: Setting up video on your news site? Don't waste money straightaway. Use your computers' in-built edit facilities and upload to sites like Revver to host the material. This is by far the easiest, cheapest and best quality way to introduce yourself to video. Tipster: Oliver Luft
Journalism.co.uk spent a day working with the Express and Star's web video team
Highfield leaves his post as director of future media and technology to head up the on-demand video project Kangaroo
Jeremy Allaire on mobile video, advertising and multimedia in a downturn
ITN's web division to produce video content for Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday
Video evangelist Michael Rosenblum experiments with 'online bootcamp' venture
Want the film-maker's version of YouTube? Try Vimeo. As recommended by Adam Westbook, it allows HD uploading, has a smart player and quick streaming. Tipster: Judith Townend. To submit a tip to Journalism.co.uk, use this link - we will pay a fiver for the best ones published.
Video: Colin Mulvany has a great post on opening sequences for video reports and how not to lose your viewers in the opening scenes. Try to define the story in the first 15-20 seconds or open with natural sound to stir attention. Tipster: Laura Oliver. To submit a tip to Journalism.co.uk, use this link - we will pay a fiver for the best ones published.
Short-form and livestreaming are main focus of video strategy for news, says Mary Hockaday