In discussions with a handful of video journalists, these themes have emerged:Read Sands' article... and share your thoughts.
* There's a market for good video, especially in big cities, but good video is too labor-intensive to be cost-effective.
* It's very easy to produce amateurish video, but difficult to sell advertising into it.
* As a result, video often is the first thing cut from downsizing newsrooms.
The question, amid all of the cuts in the newspaper industry, is who will be best-positioned to take advantage of money-making video opportunities if and when they emerge?
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