Tags » Drone Journalism

Tracing (and saving) a community's history through drone journalism

Just off the section of Highway 84 that runs through the east end of Liberty County, Georgia, stands the last vestige of a school that played a significant–though too often forgotten–role in the civil rights movement. 708 more words

Drone Journalism and the Community

Drone Journalism is becoming more and more popular by the day in the current and projected field of digital communications. For storytellers and reporters alike, this is a technology that has a lot of regulations attached to them, but the possibilities of telling stories or news reporting are endless. 282 more words


CBC Updates Standards

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation updates standards: Sydney Smith quotes source saying, “Given the extra scrutiny applied to journalism, there’s never been a time when standards in journalism have mattered more.” 29 more words


Eye in the Sky: the promise and perils of drone journalism

Roller-coaster temperatures, freezing rain and thawing led ice jams to form on the Housatonic River in Kent, Connecticut this month. Kent School had to halt a hockey game due to rising waters and send hundreds of students home. 608 more words

Drones + Journalism

History has shown that the way we tell stories changes as technology advances. And with every advancement, it’s up to the storytellers in society to integrate the innovations into their craft. 579 more words

Video: Meek School professor says drones are tools, not toys

Clay Patrick
Oxford Stories

One of the most controversial technology issues in recent memory, camera drones have been hotly contested for their potential to interfere with citizens’ privacy. 587 more words

Drone Journalism After A Disaster

Originally published at Drone Book
By K. Daniel Glover

When disaster strikes these days, it doesn’t take long for drone pilots to document the damage from the air – and for people to start talking about the imagery. 626 more words

K. Daniel Glover