On Rosenblum's New York Video School blog, he posted a sample by Victoria Holt, a reporter with a small BBC local station.
She was assigned to do a story on local immigrant issues."You tell me," asks Rosenblum rhetorically. "Is it worth it?"
For most local TV stations, that means finding a family and profiling them at home, sometimes with a few photos.
But not now.
Not when for $600 you can buy a plane ticket from London to Rwanda and spend a week going home with a Rwandan refugee who has not been home in 10 years.
Here's the piece that Victoria shot, reported, scripted and edited all on her own, using a small digital camera and a laptop to edit.