Poynter, the National Press Photographers Foundation (NPPF) and the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) are teaming up to hold a day-long, online and in-person workshop for video storytellers and students. The workshop will discuss how professionals tell creative stories despite time constraints.
Video Storytelling with the Pros: Creativity on a Deadline
Saturday, January 19, 2013, 10:00a.m. EST
Attend online or at Poynter Institute
About the Workshop
Deadlines don’t mean you have to produce dull stories. Learn how award-winning professionals tell creative stories despite time constraints in this daylong workshop. You can join our all-star lineup online through Poynter’s NewsU or attend in person at The Poynter Institute by clicking the Enroll Now button on the right.
Who Should Attend
Video, TV, multimedia and other journalists who want to tell more powerful stories every day, plus college educators who teach video journalism–and anyone who tells stories with pictures and sound.
Nathan Thompson – NPPA Photographer of the Year from WTVF in Nashville. Efficient Shooting leads to deadline creativity. The trick to shooting strong pieces when the story direction changes in mid shoot.
Chris Vanderveen – Winner of NPPA Photojournalism Award for Reporting from KUSA in Denver. Discovering the “magic moments” in daily news. The secret to creative writing on deadline.
Lisa Berglund – 1995 NPPA Photographer of the Year and owner of Gold Dog Media. Doing it all efficiently. When working solo, it takes more than magic to keep track of everything – Lisa shares how she does it.
Anne Herbst – runner up NPPA Video News Photographer of the Year, formerly from KUSA and now working for the Denver Post. A Deadline Every Minute. Shooting for the web. Tips and tricks from a broadcast pro for storytelling on the web.
Learn more and register for the workshop now.