Cycling from Berlin to Copenhagen involves completing 14 stages of riding and one ferry crossing. For a journey of more than 700 kilometers taking place on bike trails that means that you have to have your GPS maps sorted out for each day’s ride. The first step is to locate a set of trusted GPX […]
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Category: Mobile Journalism
Mobile Journalism articles and videos by Robb Montgomery, author of “Smartphone Video Storytelling” and mobile journalism professor.
This rig simulates many of the functions of a professional video camera, but it can make live streams and multitrack video edits while still in the field. This two-mic SC6-L adapter for iPhone is a game changer. It comes with a digital interface which sounds amazing, and provides the ability to record one microphone […]
Mobile Journalism Case Study: How to film a breaking news story for TV with just an iPhone and edit it at the scene with LumaFusion video editing app. I was out for a walk on a public beach when this scene unfolded right in front of me. I did not have my microphone, tripod or […]
How African journalists receive Mobile Journalism online training from the Thomson Reuters Foundation Reporting Hub project. I am leading a group of top African journalists in a Mobile Journalism online training for the Thomson Reuters Foundation. I am really enjoying sharing and training this group of journalists – from Ghana to Malawi to Uganda — […]