The Heart and How-To of Video Storytelling, 1st Edition
By Teresa Keller
470 pages | 148 B/W Illus.
Paperback; ISBN: 9781138545687
Television News is a comprehensive resource for newswriting, reporting, shooting and editing video, and producing a newscast. This book provides instruction in the basic steps of telling video stories, and is perfectly suited for preparing young professionals for entry-level positions as television or multimedia journalists. Moreover, the text goes to the heart of storytelling with guidance appropriate for advancement in an industry that is challenged more than ever to retain the public trust. The reporting and video storytelling skills found in this book can also be applied in non-traditional video communication jobs in both businesses and nonprofits. Conversational and easy to understand, this book grounds readers in the ethical and legal consideration necessary to do the job right. New to the fourth edition is coverage of social media, shooting and broadcasting with cell phones, and a discussion of “fake news.” This book can be used in standalone introductory broadcast courses or across multiple, specialized modules. It features a website with ancillary material that helps students learn to write, shoot, and edit video with practical activities.
Table of Contents
PART I – Video Story Fundamentals
Chapter 1 – What Is News?
Chapter 2 – Social Media and News
Chapter Author – Denae D’Arcy, Ph.D.
Chapter 3 – Storytelling and Writing for Video
Chapter 4 – Writing in Broadcast Style
Chapter 5 – The Basics of Shooting Video
Chapter 6 – Shooting Video II: Beyond the Basics
Chapter 7 – Video Editing
Chapter 8 – Voice and Presentation
PART II – Advanced Reporting and Beyond
Chapter 9 – Finding News Sources
Chapter 10 – Using Public Records
Chapter 11 – Legal Considerations
Chapter 12 – The Television Newsroom
Chapter 13 – Producing the News
Chapter 14 – Careers in Television News
About the Author
Teresa Keller has spent time in television newsrooms in Denver, San Diego, and Bristol, VA and worked as a contributing reporter for WVTF public radio in Roanoke, VA. As a professor of Mass Communications at Emory & Henry College, she garnered two statewide teaching awards: the 2003 Virginia Professor of the Year award, presented by the Carnegie Foundation, and the Virginia Council on Higher Education’s Outstanding Faculty Award in 2010. She led the radio station at Emory & Henry College, WEHC-FM, for 25 years. She served as a board member of Holston Valley Broadcasting Corporation for more than a decade and spent two terms on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Association of Broadcasters.
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