1. Ritchie News Demo

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    from Jessica Ritchie / Added

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    Stories and stand-ups from the Omaha News, UNO, Omaha, NE. All content was shot, written, voiced, and edited by Jessica Ritchie in 2011.

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    • HAS PUBLIC SERVICE MEDIA SEEN ITS DAY?

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      Does the public want/need PSM? Is it time to bring back to NX the old “BBC vs. ITN” style of debate? Are we moving to a subscription model? And what about those organizations that are funded by royal families? Are they objective? Expecting a spirited debate! Produced by Michael Mullane, EBU Moderator: Monica Maggioni, RAI News Participants: Robin Aitken, Author and Journalist; Jim Egan, BBC Global News; Tomas Halik, Theologian/Philosopher; Richard Sambrook, Cardiff University

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      • SHOW ME THE MONEY!

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        Faced with a flood of huge audience statistics from the likes of YouTube and Twitter, News editors and executives alike are under pressure to divert or make the case for resources to produce and curate digital and social content. The challenge – how to make such investment pay? With an entire industry being build around the potential for digital advertising spend to increase. We ask those tasked with spending the money and some of those receiving it….is it really worth it? Why is a viewer worth more to an advertiser if they are watching news on TV rather than online? This session gets to the nub of one of the key issues that was circulating at this year’s executive committee meeting. It’s time to move away from sweeping generalizations about “challenging times for our industry” and to look in detail at some of the commercial realities behind instruments of change (YouTube/Facebook/Twitter) and what they mean for those in attendance at the conference. Produced by Owen Wyatt, CNN Moderator: Greg Beitchman, CNN Participants: Kristof D'haene, VTM News; Beatrice Imbert Forgeot, Optimedia International; Nick Savage, Base79

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        • DEMYSTIFYING THE AUDIENCE

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          Blowing up myths about audiences. What do audiences actually like? How do we know that? How do we gather information about audiences, preferences? What are our industry assumptions and are they complete rubbish or sensible concepts? Or a bit of both? What about data? Should we be heading towards the Netflix model – developing programming by numbers? Is it true that people hate long-form journalism? How do you explain online long-form publications like The Atavist and Medium? Produced by Gerard van den Broek, NOS Moderator: Maike Olij, NOS Participants: Paul Hek, NOS; Lars Thuno, DR

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          • Can a rocket work like a microwave oven?!

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            The news package covers information about how the VASIMR engine can cut travel time and fuel costs as well as how temperature differentiates currents rockets to the VASIMR engine. The video also takes a look into how this invention may help propulsion applications in the future. San Francisco State University News Reporting for Television Mars Rocket News Package Spring 2012

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            • Hula Hooping a BETTER workout?!

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              The video discusses how hula hooping can be a better workout, why you should hula hoop, the effects and physical benefits of hula hooping as well classes you can join! San Francisco State University News Reporting for Television Hula Hooping News Package Spring 2012

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              • The School of Life

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                The School of Life documentary was created by San Francisco State students to help bring social awareness to the NGO, non-profit organization The School of LIfe based in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. The School of Life is an organization that helps disabled persons, disabled being defined as disabled mentally, physically, spiritually including abandonment, and/or acts of violence. It is simply a place where those who are not welcome within society are. The organization implements life skills as well as a basic curriculum including art, music, and language. NOTE: Majority of the documentary is in Indonesian. Subtitles provided. My role within the project: • Facilitated interviews • Maintained and collected audio throughout production • Managed and organized footage, including audio, after production *** In collaboration with San Francisco State University

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                • Masat Al-Majd TV Channel - Channel Break - 04

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                  from Abdelrahman Algelany / Added

                  This is a fourth Channel Break I did for Masat Al-Majd TV channel. I did everything from modeling, uv unwrapping, texturing, shading, animation, lighting, rendering to compositing. In this project I used Autodesk 3ds studio max, mental ray, adobe Photoshop, adobe Illustrator, adobe After Effects, adobe Premiere, adobe Audition. If you like my work, please click appreciate and leave a comment, it will be a great pleasure. I hope you like it.

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                  • Tips in 60 seconds... How to survive as a freelancer

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                    Jude Winstanley has experience in a range of television formats from entertainment to factual and has spent most of her career as a freelancer. While regular freelance employment can be hard to find, it can be a good option in an industry where there are so few long term contracts. With freelance contracts often making up half the workforce of broadcasters, there are certainly opportunities to be had. Winstanley shares some of her top tips on how to survive in the world of freelancing.

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                    • Project 2 - Teaser

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                      Teaser for Hip-Hop documentary.

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