Once again we're sharing some video tutorials about videojournalism from the International Journalists' Network. They're from top pros in Washington, D.C.
The first two are from Pierre Kattar, who produced Emmy-winning videojournalism for the Washington Post, and now flies solo.
Telling True Stories with Video, Part 1
Telling True Stories with Video, Part 2
These next two are from Bill Gentile, a pioneering videojournalist who teaches at American University in Washington, D.C., where he founded and directs the school's Backpack Journalism Project.
Bill Gentile on Backpack Journalism, Part 1
Bill Gentile on Backpack Journalism, Part 2
Bill Gentile also runs acclaimed videojournalism workshops. The next one is March 10-13. More info here.
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