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Improving an audio slideshow: What to look for

Audio slideshows need to utilize sound and still images to create a story with a clear beginning, middle and end.

This audio slideshow makes great use of natural and ambient sound, but I don’t see or hear a story. 96 more words

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What makes an effective audio slideshow?

An audio slideshow is a combination of audio and still images that tell a story together. View the video below for an example of an audio slideshow that does a great job of telling a narrative story and utilizing natural sound. 100 more words

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El Español expect its value reaches 100 million over five years

 Albert Jiménez (@albertjimenez14) – El Español start running after the summer and already has more than 2 million euros, crowfunding world record in a digital medium… 145 more words

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Journalisten Studenten ausquetschen - Pay for your work practise UK Journalism students told

Britische studenten des Journalismus sollen in Zukunft in Grossbritanien bei dem drittgrößten nationalen Zeitungsverlag für Arbeitserfahrung Knete auf den Tisch legen.

Journalism Students in the UK have been asked by the third biggest national newspaper publisher to put money on the table for the honour of getting work practise. 10 more words

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The really immortal qualities of good old journalism

“Does a journalism education still matter?” asked Professor Joe Banks recently on J-Source[1]. He clarified, “The question lingers because of the array of digital tools at the disposal of the general public”. 2,108 more words

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My first taste of multimedia journalism

This short story about a band that plays at Wawa on Friday nights was my first small taste of multimedia journalism.

This story was a collaboration between myself, Danielle Apolinar and Jacob Sadowsky.

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What is 'Multimedia journalism' anyways?

Throughout my college career I have consistently heard people say “Oh you’re a journalism major? You won’t be able to get a job,” or “Did you know all the newspapers are closing? 366 more words

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