Teaching Examples

Good stuff, bad stuff, and television
April 21, 2007, 1:02 am
Filed under: journalism, television, video

Regina McCombs left this comment earlier this week:

… we have to be careful not to lump all the bad stuff with all the terrific stuff. The biggest problem with TV news is there’s too little of the good stuff out there, not that great storytelling can’t be done on television.

I have to agree with that: Great storytelling CAN be done on television.

And thanks (again) to Regina, I found this: Advice from the Best. The best TV photographers, that is. Read it, and you’ll probably think (like I did), “This really ISN’T rocket science!”

Plus: Angela Grant introduced us to this site, Make Internet TV, which — in spite of its horrifying name (No! DON’T make the Internet be TV!!!) — is full of great tips and advice!

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Nice information, nicely said Regina McCombs.

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Comment by Alok Vats

You know, normally I would delete a comment with an advertising link in it. But that one is actually related to the post. If Alok Vats ever posts a commercial link again, though, I will delete it — and this one too.

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