1. The Drone Journalism Lab


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    The sad and twisted tale of the University of Nebraksa-Lincoln's Drone Journalism Lab, which was grounded by the Federal Aviation Administration in 2012.

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    • A Class of Drones


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      This video is about University of Missouri class on how to fly drones and the many beneficial uses for unmanned aerial vehicles.

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      • Media Life Inaugural Drone 2014


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        This video was created as a creative assignment for the Media Life course as taught by Mark Deuze, Professor of journalism studies at the University of Amsterdam. It is a very short recap of the inaugural lecture Deuze gave on the 25th of April 2014, with some footage shot by a drone. Music by LASERS: freemusicarchive.org/music/LASERS/LASERS_EP/01_LASERS_-_Amsterdam

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        • ISOJ 2014: Interview with Matt Waite, founder of Drone Journalism Lab


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          Matt Waite, a panelist at the ISOJ session "Bots, drones, sensors, wearables, etc." The new tools for journalists," is a professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is the founder of the Drone Journalism Lab, which explores how drones could be used in reporting.

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          • Drone Journalism. It's a thing.


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            What kind of journalism can get you personally shut down by the federal government? This question may seem like the beginning of a bad joke, but for Matt Waite, professor at University of Nebraska's College of Mass Communications, the situation was no laughing matter. In 2008 he received a letter from the feds that he would need to shut down his "Drone Journalism Lab" unless he planned to get permits for his remote-controlled flying video journalism drones. Learn more at http://www.dronejournalismlab.org/ Produced for American Journalism Review

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            • Missouri River water fuels North Dakota fracking boom


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              Last spring Missouri Drone Journalism Program reporter Brendan Gibbons traveled along the Missouri River to North Dakota where a booming oil and gas industry was using an immense amount of free river water.

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              • Archaeologists unearth more clues to ancient Cahokia civilization


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                These days, they look like strangely shaped hills, green and inviting in rural Illinois. But at its peak, Cahokia was the epicenter of ancient Mississippian culture. With a population of 20,000 in 1250 A.D., Cahokia was larger than London was at the same time. The Missouri Drone Journalism Program visited the site while a crew of archeologists from Italy unearthed new clues that could explain just how this metropolis was organized. Aerial footage taken with remotely operated drones shows the geographical context of the site.

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                • Wheat trials at MU's research farm are a sweeping mosaic of variation


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                  At MU's Bradford Research and Extension Center, researchers are testing thousands of genetically unique variations of wheat. Each patch of wheat is a small, unique tile just seven feet long and six rows wide. Only a few inches separate each tile from the other.

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                  • Journalists from Pakistan visit the Missouri Drone Journalism Program


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                    The Missouri Drone Journalism program was asked to give a group of visiting Pakistani journalists a demonstration and brief explanation of the program and its goals in March 2013. The journalists were touring the United States through an exchange with the East-West Center, and spent an afternoon discussing the international uses and views of drones with the program. The visiting journalists also learned how to fly drones while on campus at the University of Missouri.

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