Marc Lajoie is back on the multimedia week podcast to talk artificial intelligence, light weight drones (Kama v Mavic Pro) and iPhone reporter set ups. In the news DJ discusses VR video cameras and the latest from recent tech shows. Make sure to check out Marc's latest AI project at https://projects.asiaweekly.com/bhumika-can-speak-for-herself/
In this week's episode DJ bumps into multimedia journalist Rajneesh Bhandari who joins him and Nepalese journalist Pratibha Tuladher to talk about the challenges of living and working in Nepal. The episode includes a very strange interruption.In the news there are new drones and cameras to talk about as well as plenty of other new gadgets out on the market.
- Twitter @duckrabbitblog
- Duckrabbit run a superb blog at www.duckrabbit.info/blog
- Find Duckrabbit films at www.vimeo.com/user837356
- For more 'mini-docs’ see our IMMJ-MA post, collating notable news outlets producing short, medium and long-form video journalism & documentary online
Back from a long summer break DJ sits down with Manzar Elahi, Glen John Labasug & June Wong all leading ,multimedia teams at their respective news organisations in Pakistan, the Philippines and Malaysia. In the news DJ tracks back to the start of the summer to highlight the big announcements including his take on the Canon 5D mk4.
Yuyang Liu is a Chinese freelance photographer contributing to domestic and international publications such as the New York Times, he’s also a Getty Images Reportage Emerging Talent. Sharron speaks to Yuyang about what it’s like to freelance in China as well as the new wave of Chinese photographers, who now - thanks to the internet - have more channels to reach an international audience and market, and to tell stories from China from their perspective.
Eyes on China Instagram Feed: www.nytimes.com/2016/02/04/world/…kevin-frayer.html
33 Asia-based photographers you should follow on Instagram - theinitium.com/article/20160821-…gramphotographer/
Quality English language multimedia journalism site - www.sixthtone.com/
On this week’s show I speak with a freelance multimedia journalist who has an amazing talent for diversifying both in location and the content she produces - In the news the new Nebula 4100 is shipping and a zoom lens for the Inspire.
Alice's website http://www.alicecarfraemultimedia.com
MA International Multimedia Journalism scholarships - http://www.immj-ma.org/2016/06/22/immj-scholarship-applications-open-for-2016-17/
- Sharron came across Mathew’s research via this article http://theconversation.com/when-greenpeace-hires-journalists-its-a-double-edged-sword-47398
More of Matthew’s papers at: http://www.com.washington.edu/powers/
The Greenpeace report discussed in the show is here: http://energydesk.greenpeace.org/2015/12/08/exposed-academics-for-hire/
The HRW reporting in CAR is here: http://features.hrw.org/features/Unravelling_central_african_republic/index.php
- An older but very relevant series by Nieman Lab on NGO’s as newsmakers: http://www.niemanlab.org/2009/11/ngos-as-newsmakers-a-new-series-on-the-evolving-news-ecosystem/
- Ashley Gilbertson's work for UNICEF is excellent http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/11/21/opinion/sunday/exposures-uncertain-journeys.html
- Photojournalism, advocacy and change by David Campell is another good read https://www.david-campbell.org/2015/04/30/photojournalism-advocacy-change-marcus-bleasdale-human-rights-watch-central-african-republic/
- If you enjoyed this podcast, you might like to hear David Campbell’s interview with Emma Daly, communications Director at Human Rights Watch in New York http://www.multimediaweek.net/e/ep-24-interview-with-emma-daly-human-rights-watch
In this week's podcast Sharron turns the mic on DJ and questions him about the best gear for her new students to invest in. Later in the conversation they talk about the importance of understanding readable video in this fast changing news environment.
This week we welcome Christian Parkinson back to the podcast (see episode 53 for his first appearance) to speak about gimbals, VR video and all his latest work.