Newspaper video lessons learned: How The Miami Herald cultivates loyal audience for video, its second biggest traffic driver. The short version: Breaking news, sports, weird local news, nothing your audience isn’t already reading about on your site or in your paper.
Think you have a viral video in hand? Plan ahead, using this guide from Amy Gahran.
Daniel Sato shares a set of Final Cut tutorial videos he made for the newsroom in Garden City, Kansas.
This is a game in which you attack your enemies by yelling loudly into a microphone. (Spotted via Engadget.)
What better way to celebrate the opening of some sort of expensive, exclusive photography exhibition at the Louvre than by showing up with garbage bags full of old photographs and dumping them on the floor of the entrance.
Regina McCombs doesn’t believe the anti-video hype. Here’s her Poynter rundown of what’s driving traffic at local news sites running regular online video.
This should be a great tool for tons of news organizations without a method in place for gathering video from their community. Also worth noting: It’s incredibly disruptive to the few companies that already do this for news orgs. With YouTube’s brand behind it, this should take off quickly.
I desperately need a replacement for the more expensive app I bought a while back for this purpose, which totally borks video since a recent Skype release.
Here’s NiemanLab’s interview with Aron Pilhofer from the New York Times on the big additions to the list of DocumentCloud partner organizations.
Mindy McAdams gives the new iPod Nano video camera a test drive.