The Early Days of TV Sports

"And now we add radio sight to sound”

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4 Scientific Facts About Viral Video Marketing

Virility. This is undoubtedly the goal of most video marketers, yet few ever achieve it 100 percent organically.

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PSAs for Non-Profit and Government Agencies

As a TV Broadcasting or Film Teacher, how can you provide a valuable service to your community and give your students an authentic experience?

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Do You Know How Long An Average Scene Lasts?

If you want to make your own movies more interesting, think about timing and camera angles.

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Diverse Paths to a Story

“Consider the different paths to storytelling,” Chip Scanlan said. I was talking to the Poynter educator about a workshop we’re organizing at my paper.

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Sports Video

Shooting sports video is as exciting as the event, but each sport or venue calls for a different approach.

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TV screen as a Mirror: What do Children see?

The 4th, 5th and 6th graders arrived to the cafeteria with great energy and, for the most part, smiling faces.

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