The Daily Telegraph shows David and group around their studios with a fascinating Q and A from delegates. David will post that feature in the future.
On my way to WAN to talk about video journalism, a post that wraps up a broad project I have been building.
Video Journalism is about 14 years old in the UK
That much you would have gleaned from previous posts here.
And it's had fits and starts launches elsewhere, but unequivocally it's the long haul now and the ghosts of video journalism 1994 are causing real havoc to economic business models.
So here's my time line, with accompanying clips on Viewmagazine.tv. Click the words e.g. BBC, below the date time line to activate video clips
ITN was also trying out VJs as camera operators. In 1999 the clip showing I went back to South Africa to make a feature piece for Channel 4 News about the second general election. I shot that on a digi beta and vx1000.
Several journalists from Africa were destined for their first foreign trip to South Africa for a special one of programme made over a week.
Edward and I saw an opportunity and instead of one 1hour programme, I came back with 7 1 hours.
Before setting of for South Africa I'd arranged for two/three VX1000s to be delivered to our hotel.
That evening the group learned how to basically shoot in three hours.
We have a unique opportunity to showcase what it can do.
We enter the state broadcasters studios - a rarity
Tarek is pleased: they would like to adopt video journalism
The Telegraph's super trainee multimedia journalists exchange ideas at a Press Association gathering.
I produce my first blog butterfly in which a number of super bloggers from around the world will field questions to the BBC's head of multimedia newsrooms, Peter Horrocks. 9 interviewees hosted on a multimedia platform, with a behind-the-scenes shoot by an ex-student and wonderful VJ Don Omope
There will be no distinction soon between media. You'll just do it - an integrated approach, that will yield any number of cycles of data.