Quality audio and video can be the difference in whether your viewer is engrossed or distracted. In this one-hour video, veteran reporter and instructor Al Tompkins explains how to integrate video, sound bites and natural sound seamlessly with your writing to create a news package that both informs and captivates broadcast audiences.
This video is available on demand.
Course learning outcomes
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Utilize natural sound to supplement video packages
- Incorporate sound bites and clips into a way that tells a story
- Write copy that flows with the video
Who should take this course?
College journalists, those who aspire to broadcast careers and early-career producers and broadcasters will benefit.
Poynter’s News University