Power Performance: Multimedia Storytelling for Journalism by Tony Silvia
By Tony Silvia
This ebook is a different and definitive consultant to the talents precious for on-camera journalism and gives a useful behind-the-scenes examine the profession.Tailors the normal talents of writing, reporting, and generating to the desires of reporters operating in entrance of the cameraIncludes chapters dedicated to the position of the storyteller, reporting the tale throughout a number of systems, and featuring the tale on-cameraIncorporates profiles of prime multimedia reporters and public relatives practitionersAddresses the most important moral concerns for the professionOffers functional suggestion for placing presentation abilities to workStorytelling abilities coated could be utilized to a number of conventional and new media codecs together with tv information, radio, and podcasts
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I believe the Internet is what democracy was supposed to be. Many Americans in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries envisioned that freedom of the press in America meant that everybody would have a press and write a newsletter, that everybody would have the opportunity to speak, and out of this chaos would come truth. That belief proved to be a fantasy. There was a whole history of itinerant printers who would go from town to town creating newspapers for a livelihood. But along the way it became expensive.
Know what your audience needs to know: When is the timing of a story important? This means assessing the optimum time when the audience is more likely to need the information in your story. At different times of the year, for instance, some stories may generate higher interest than others. Know what your audience wants to know: Why would anyone want to read, view, or listen to your story? What is the potential benefit they will gain from it? This means evaluating what your audience cares about, thereby increasing the probability they will care about the story you’re telling.
To be a good storyteller in any medium, it could be argued that you need to be a good observer of human behavior. Below are things to keep in mind when measuring the interest a story idea might engender in the audience: • • • • • • Know your audience: Who are you trying to reach? This means understanding what are called the demographics of the audience: their age, gender, etc. It also means understanding the audience’s psychographics, often known as “lifestyle” data: their hobbies, buying habits, education, even religion.