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Inhaltsangabe: Video journalism is a vital part of an important profession. Every day, just about all of us get some (or most) of our news through video reports, either on news websites or through local or national broadcasting. Such news is enriching to our daily lives and a vital part of a functioning democracy. Consequently, it is important that the people who bring us that news – video journalists – understand the medium they are using and the role that their work plays in society. This book was written to help further those goals. In Video Journalism: Telling Stories with Video and Words, Sam Swan, a professor at the University of Tennessee, has laid out the basic concepts that students should know about the exciting work that video journalists do. By reading this book and applying the techniques it describes, a student who is interested in learning about this profession will gain a good grounding in what it takes to be a video journalist. This books also contains a chapter on the First Amendment. It is part of the Tennessee Journalism Series.
About the Author: Dr. Sam Swan began his broadcasting career in 1967 as a radio announcer at KFVSAM in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. He worked in radio news and programming until an opportunity to join sister station, KFVS-TV in 1969. He served as host of the Breakfast Show and later served as a news anchor and reporter. Following graduation from Southeast Missouri State University, Swan worked in Sri Lanka in 1970-71 assisting in the development of radio quiz shows for Young Farmers Clubs. Upon return to the United States, Swan worked as a radio and television reporter and producer for the University of Missouri Extension Service in Columbia producing hundreds of radio and TV reports used by broadcast stations throughout Missouri. Swan completed a Ph.D. at the University of Missouri in 1978 and became Electronic Media Leader at the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities. There he led a group of radio and television writers and producers in the production of radio and TV programs broadcast by stations throughout Minnesota. In 1981 Swan became Head of the Department of Radio-Television at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. He worked closely with WSIU-FM and WSIU-TV and hosted and produced many programs for the stations. He then became Head of the Department of Broadcasting at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville in 1985. He also served as General Manager of WUTK-FM and WUTK-AM. He has produced a weekly news magazine program for WBIR-TV in Knoxville for the past 20 years. He teaches Television News and Broadcast Management courses and he directs the college International and Outreach Programs. Since 1996 Swan has served as an international media trainer and consultant to hundreds of radio and television stations around the world. He has conducted more than 150 workshops in over 50 countries on broadcast sales and management and broadcast journalism for the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, IREX, US State Department and other agencies. Most workshops have been in Eastern Europe, Africa, and Asia. He conducts annual management workshops for broadcast engineers as part of the USTTI program in Washington, D.C. He writes a monthly newsletter for radio and TV affiliates of Voice of America in Central and Eastern Europe and has published a book on broadcast management distributed by the International Broadcasting Bureau in Prague. He has served as a TV news and management consultant for various News Corp Europe TV stations.
Buchbeschreibung CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: Brand New. 90 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.21 inches. This item is printed on demand. Buchnummer des Verkäufers zk1491204486