Audiences are consuming video content on social media like never before, and news organisations are trying to keep up and produce the shareable, engaging material that viewers are craving to see.
But how can broadcast lecturers introduce the skills and habits needed in newsrooms nowadays, so that university students are fully equipped for the future?
Check out this article from Keren Henderson, who explains how she trained her students at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School to incorporate video in their day-to-day work.
She explains how to get started, what the challenges were in the training, and what they needed to take into consideration when critiquing videos.
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