Category: multimedia

Audio Slideshows…Still Useful?

The BBC is still into audio slideshows… It was this little moment in media where everyone thought the future of media was the audio slideshow. I was hired by The New York Times to make audio slideshows and to teach other people how to do that. I would make over 50 audio slideshows a year, I trained like 200 people on audio recording. I really spent the first 12 months of my existence doing that.

Multimedia Story Platforms for Students’ Projects

By Sean MacEntee One of my tasks as the instructor of this spring’s Senior Capstone course is rounding up online locations and services where my 15 students can publish their final projects. (I’m also working on them with portfolios, and have blogged about those options before.) Most students’ projects emphasize creating long-form writing, video, and/or audio, as opposed to hand-coding complex presentations for content themselves. One of our challenges, then, is finding places that make publishing these projects

New at PBS MediaShift: Magazine Multimedia and Analytics

From a Flickr search for “data.” Things I can use on the blog, but not on MediaShift! Photo from JD Hancock I have two new posts up at PBS MediaShift: one on the integration of multimedia production into magazine production processes (which finally seems to have become a more natural part of the workflow), and a second sort-of-follow-up piece on how magazines know when their multimedia works…analytics! The use of analytics to refine digital magazine

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