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Film produced by Creative Media. Soundtrack: "Showtek-We Like To Party", Copyright: Spinnin' Records Base79 Music "Showtek-Showtek - Booyah (feat. We Are Loud, Sonny Wilson) [Original Mix]", Copyright: Base79 Music e-Muzyka Spinnin' Records Time S.p.A. - KiverDigital Believe Music Golden Dynamic News NV "Showtek-We Like to Party", Copyright: Believe Music Spinnin' Records News NV Base79 Music
- Filmed By Russel - Edited By Me - Dunnoe
This week Childline Gibraltar took part in the GSLA's Summer Sports & Leisure Programme with their Journalism and Creative Media Workshop. YGTV spoke to Childline Trustee Jo Abergel for more information on the workshop, which taught a group of teenagers a variation of skills from interviewing, to being in front of the camera and expressing themselves.
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Here is a showreel edited by myself, it contains all the best bits of our work from the two years of HND! The video consists of my own projects and other projects made by my college course friends. Thank you to everyone on my course for making these two years a great part of my life, here's to you guys! Please keep watching and sharing 'Killer Ace': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UCy2U3jlr0
Last night, the CBS affiliate WFSB in Hartford broadcast the requisite story on the dog days of summer — whether or not it was hot enough outside to cook food inside a car. If your local television station hasn’t yet aired a similar story this summer, they will. Guaranteed. It works like this. Every day news departments around the country hold “the morning meeting” — an editorial meeting where news executives discuss the stories of the day. The meeting traditionally ends after all the general assignment reporters gather in a circle to participate in the sacred drawing of the straws ceremony. The reporter who draws it short straw is awarded the shit story of the day. During a heat-wave, the shit story of the day is always to send a reporter out to the parking lot with some raw food to see i...
To celebrate the launch of STV2 broadcasting from our Ayr Campus, UWS Creative Media Academy’s exciting new TV Summer School offers you the chance to develop your creative and production skills in the TV studios and newsroom in our £81 million Ayr Campus. Covering aspects of digital news gathering, mobile journalism, studio TV production and creative filmmaking and using industry standard equipment, this one-week course is ideal for anyone at the beginning of learning about television production, whether for fun or as the start of a professional journey. With £30 million investment for programme making announced for the new BBC in Scotland channel launching in 2018, and a plan to recruit 80 new journalists, there has never been a better time for all ages to connect to the growing o...
In this video we’re going to look at media bias, and the way that journalists use omission and creative reporting (including source manipulation) in order to shape the public discourse and push certain narratives. Like many people, I had always assumed Tl;dr If you ask me, you probably shouldn’t believe everything you see on the news. Side note: This video uses Hillary Clinton’s campaign as an example of the bias and corruption in journalism, and it is a critique media collusion, not Clinton’s campaign specifically. That would be a whole different video. Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoamingMil Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roamingmillennial/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/roamingmillennial Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=72BQBASFQ...
A hard-hitting news story on the lack of media coverage about Haiti and how the media's exploitation of their disaster may be better for them than no coverage at all.