EP100 - 100 done - we predict the next 200 episodes

May 19, 2017

It’s our 100th episode and to celebrate we have podders past and present talking about the future of multimedia journalism. David Campbell, Yan Cong, Sharron Lovell and DJ Clark sit and discuss.

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In the episode we all recommend one podcast, here are links to those recommendations.

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EP99 - All the gear news from NAB with Chuck Fadely

May 5, 2017

After a week of Las Vegas madness the dust has settled on this year's NAB show and Multimedia Week looks back on all the new gear that was announced that is useful for single operator multimedia/video/visual journalists. We talk with Emmy award winning video journlaist Chuck Fadely who was at the show reporting for newsshooter.com. To see Chuck's videos and other news shooter staff's work head over to http://www.newsshooter.com. Follow Chuck on Twitter @NewspaperVideo.

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EP98 - 360/VR video a discussion with Marc Lajoie

April 15, 2017

D J Clark discusses VR, 360 video and the making of Asia's Ailing Heritage Sites with Marc Lajoie. In the news DJ catches up from the last few weeks and looks forward to NAB.

See the project being discussed at https://projects.asiaweekly.com/asias-ailing-heritage/

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EP97 - Matt Cassel The Journey

March 11, 2017

Matthew Cassel, a filmmaker and multimedia journalist based in the Mediterranean region, discusses his six-part short form documentary series, “The Journey,” commissioned by Field of Vision and the New Yorker, which follows a Syrian family separated by war as they try to reunite in Europe. 

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GUEST - @matthewcassel / http://matthewcassel.com/

THE JOURNEY - https://fieldofvision.org/the-journey / http://www.newyorker.com/topics/the-journey-from-syria-documentary

The University of Bolton’s, Beijing based, International Multimedia Journalism Programme kindly sponsors this podcast. See more at www.immj-ma.org

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EP96 - World Press Photo Short Form Digital Story Telling Contest

February 16, 2017

Podcast hosts Sharron Lovell and D J Clark discuss the winning productions from the Wolrd Press Photo Short FormDigital Story telling contest.

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EP95 - Photojournalism at the University of South Wales

January 31, 2017
Andy Pearsall, course leader for the BA in Photojournalism at the University of South Wales, discusses teaching photography and visual journalism in today's new and ever changing digital climate. 
 
 
 
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Andrew Pearsall - course leader for Ba (Hons) in Photojournalism at the University of South Wales - @andypearsall 
www.shorthand.com, is one of the excellent no-coding “scrollytelling” platforms available. We mentioned www.aberfan.walesonline.co.uk - Edited by Steffan Rhys and Adam Walker
https://shorthand.com/the-craft - Is a wonderful blog for discussions and practical tips on creating engaging multimedia stories
What Democracy Looks Like: A Portrait Of Inauguration Weekend - www.vimeo.com/200739836
Dysturb - www.dysturb.com
Indefinite, a VR film about UK’s immigration detention system. Available on the NYT VR app or https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/19/opinion/indefinite-immigrant-detention-opdocs-vr.html
The Al Jazeera Media Training and Development Center booklet on mobile journalism - www.training.aljazeera.net/en/news/2017/01/170124094145517.html
Welcome to our Jungle - Participatory photography project facilitated by Becky Mathews and Claire Strutters both of whom teach on the Photojournalism BA at the University of South Wales
The Eye - International Photography Festival, Aberystwyth - www.theeyefestival.co.uk/
Ba (Hons) in Photojournalism at the University of South Wales:
See some Ba Photojournalism at the University of South Wales student work at:
  • Ben Blyth homeless video - www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYA2oE5yj_U&t=7s
  • Aimee Herd & Cath Lothian trying out Facebook videos - https://www.facebook.com/herdingcats1
  • Emily Keohane short documentary film - https://youtu.be/RKV8PHwJK4E
  • Rebecca Saunders - http://www.walesonline.co.uk/business/farming/beautiful-pictures-tell-story-wales-12430016
  • Craig Redmond - https://craigredmond.exposure.co/speaking-of-nature
  • Stephen Meredith - http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/what-its-like-your-drink-12035772
  • Sam Padget - https://vimeo.com/148263883
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EP94 - New Year roundup

January 19, 2017

In this first episode of 2017 all four podders, Sharron, Sean, Yan and DJ come together to discuss developments from the previous year and what to expect in 2017. In the news there are a few developments from CES and a quick look at what is on DJ's shopping list.

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EP93 - Eefje Ludwig from the Photographic Museum of Humanity

December 31, 2016

Eefje Ludwig from the Photographic Museum of Humanity speaks about the PHM Grant 2017 and other projects the PH Museum is taking on. Find out more about the PH Museum and the grants at phmuseum.com.

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EP92 - Photo and Journalism Collectives

December 23, 2016

Earlier this month, Yan sat down with Vietnamese photographer Dat Vu and Cambodia-based Italian photographer Thomas Cristofoletti and chatted about photo and journalism collectives. Thomas is a co-founder of Ruom, a journalism collective focusing on social issues and stories. Dat is part of Matca, a newly-founded photo platform for Vietnamese photographers. It’s always important for photographers to have a community to share on-going work, to exchange ideas and to initiate collaborations. Dat and Thomas talk about the opportunities and challenges their collectives face.

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Thomas’s recommendation:

Yan’s recommendation:

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EP91 - Rape on the Night Shift

December 8, 2016
Andrew Donohue, managing editor of Reveal, from The Centre for Investigative Reporting discusses one of the organisations collaborative multiplatform investigations ‘Rape on the Nightshift’. The project investigates the sexual abuse of immigrant females in America's janitorial industry, specifically, the vulnerability of these women to sexual harassment and rape. It also delves into the companies, which in many cases have failed to protect their workforce. As well as being a gripping investigation, it’s a multiplatform story, produced as a radio and video documentary, as well as a long-form text piece. The online landing page for the investigation has an elegant watch, read or listen option and whereas we often look at projects which incorporate a number of mediums to tell a single story - this is a single story which allows viewers to choose the way they prefer to consume the story. We discuss the approach that the reporting team took and audience engagement.
 
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