Inquirer.net on Youtube: It works!
As a news producer/reporter for now almost two decades on Television it makes perfect sense to me what the Philippine Daily Inquirer is doing using youtube to post and up-post videos they have on youtube.
It is cost effective, no servers needed and works.
Plus the great views like these!!!!
The Youtube – use by PDI is something that may have come as a necessity. Considering the recent shifts as INQ7.net to each having its own place and base.
But the only problem I see is this… Even just a little more effort in putting a bit more edited and explained content out there. Right now it’s all raw video. nice but unexplained.
It is as easy as it is to put videos on the youtube service. A little touch of editing it could be easily edited a few cut effects a littke bit of a title card or basic kyron or cargen added.
Also avoice over now and then and perhaps just a little bit of production skills training used to improve the stories they post.
- News Video: Danton Remoto reacts to Comelec decision
- News Video: Charges of premature campaigning
- Entertainment Video: PETA director is a vegetable stylist
- Entertainment Video: Alicia Mayer lettuce bikini for PETA 1
- Entertainment Video: Alicia Mayer lettuce bikini for PETA 2
- Entertainment Video: Alicia Mayer promotes vegetarianism
- News Video: Three alleged mutiny leaders
- News Video: Rangers arrive for mutiny case hearing
C’mon guys? There are so many reporters and producers out there could and need work who could make a little more effective the wonderful steps you have taken to put news on the community sharing networks like this. Myself included many of us would and could do a lot to make this a little more – newsy – but agian great first step guys!
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