Online video and entrepreneurial journalism: a round up
It’s time for another roundup of the most popular posts from this blog from the last quarter. I put these together every three months to put the most interesting stuff together in one place – and show up some posts which might be harder to find.
Don’t forget – to make sure you never miss a new post, subscribe to the email newsletter on the right hand side of this screen. And you can keep track of me online on Twitter, Tumblr, Audioboo and Vimeo.
Six new ways to use online video: six ideas on how publishers, organisations and businesses can be more creative with video.
How a university took a risk with video – and it paid off : a brilliant example of why being brave with video pays dividends for those with the foresight to do it.
Storytelling – the changing game: audiences are getting involved in the storytelling process – find out why that matters for journalists.
Reacting to a riot: the hard lessons I learned during the summer riots in London.
Lessons from the first ever novel for the first online video producers: what do novels, cinema, radio, television and now, online video, have in common? Find out here.
The value of making your journalism ‘finishable’ : the Economist prides itself on being ‘finishable’ – why doesn’t more journalism do the same?
Lessons I’ve learned as a freelance journalist with a portfolio career : six tips on how to manage a busy portfolio of work and keep your head above the water.
10 myths which will stop you innovating in journalism: journalism needs innovators, but here’s why no-one dares tread on new ground.
Lessons from Monty Python for digital publishers: if Terry Gilliam were a 17 year old today he’d be a prolific online publisher – here’s why.
10 ways to make the most of your journalism course: starting a journalism course this autumn? Make sure you read this before you begin.
How to always have good ideas: ideas are the building blocks of journalism and publishing. But how do you stop yourself running out of them?
The age of the new media pioneer – and how you can become one: this is the most exciting time to be in journalism – but you have to make the most of it.
10 things you’ll hear at every journalism conference: a little bit of fun from me – the 10 cliches of every conference out there.
My call for transparency in journalism: it’s time for transparency in journalism – find out why.