1. A brief visual history of videojournalism

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    David Dunkley Gyimah provides a visual journey of videojournalism starting from 1995, a year after the web became a feature for UK newspapers, the influence of BBC Radio and TV e.g. Reportage - the BBC's 80s current affairs series, which today could be current.tv, and then to the UK's first regional newspapers turned vjs. Interview clips include CIA former boss, Quincy Jones and Chatham House. Videojournalism's aesthetic is mentioned, as well as new techniques - all wrapped together across continents, Chicago, Cairo and South Africa - explains the z principle of video film making. Shot on sony cams vx1000, digi-beta and Ah1. Watch out for the uber talented Rob Chiu.

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    • Preview to SCi Fi London - Rachel Armstrong @viewmagazine.tv

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      Artificial Life - It's life, just not as we know it! takes place at Sci-Fi London. Viewmagazine.tv's David Dunkley Gyimah previews a session described as "cutting edge science based on experimental evidence", with eminent guests including this short interview with Dr Rachel Armstrong talking about biofeminist theory. David will be chair of the debate and is greatly looking forward to it. Shot on my cigarette box-sized Canon IXUS 70

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      • Artist in Residence - VideoJournalism

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        Artist in Residence Lemn Sissay (google him he's huge) - a live gig - filmed by Artist in Residence David Dunkley Gyimah One of a number of videojournalism films by leading videojournalist david dunkley gyimah, publisher of viewmagazine.tv

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        • Videojournalism Fight Club - Viewmagazine.tv

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          40 secs, 100 stories - assault. Mashing up visuals. For more and video story - how tos, go to viewmagazine.tv

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          • PIXELS WITHOUT BORDERS

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            Acclaimed and multiple award winning photojournalist, Yannis Kontos [Yanniskontos.com] work is explored in an interactive installation - a section of that, the video, which is published here. Produced by award winning video journalist David Dunkley Gyimah of Viewmagazine.tv, the whole production examines the textuality and aesthetic of the crossed lines between photo journalism and video journalism. The two share more in common with each other than is obvious says David researching journalism- art- innovation as his Phd For more related films and mash-ups between film, video and radio go to www.viewmagazine.tv or David's blog viewmag.blogspot.com

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            • David presenting at SXSW on IM Videojournalism

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              Ideas on intertextual storytelling - IM Videojournalism. Building the site and shooting cinematically, an excerpt of David's presentation at SXSW 2009 Austin Texas. thanks everyone for your kind words afterwards

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              • Video journalism's anti-aesthetic short

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                Video Journalist david dunkley gyimah goes for a morning run in Chicago and shoots five minutes of film, which is turned into a one minute short best illustrating the strengths of video journalism: immediacy and its anti aestheticism.

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                • Results - How to create a multiple angle interview in 3 mins

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                  Everything you see here was captured by a second camera, which effectively deconstructs how this short snap interview was made with the deputy head of BBC Newsrooms, Mary Hockaday. The interview to 5 mins. It took me 5 minutes to load into FCP, and 3 mins to edit, and then 5 mins to load to the web on a 100mb pipe. However, I have also added a further, you don't have to, 20 mins effectively telecining. If you look at the tint of the video, you'll notice it's markedly different from the one I posted previously from the second camera filming me. The aesthetic here is in keeping with where I see Video journalism developing in cinema-reportage, so i have played with the gamma and colours, to give the film an artificial depth of field.

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                  • Cine-Video Journalism Anti Aesthetic II

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                    Influenced by motion graphics, Film makers such as David Fincher and an anti-aesthetic movement to video journalism, this trailer illustrates one of many approaches by Award winning Video Journalist David Dunkley Gyimah to his work and growing manifesto you can read here http://viewmag.blogspot.com/2007/03/video-journalist-decree.html The actual piece tagged on the end was a report put together in Cairo in two hours to llustrate to Cairo state TV and others VJs strength at putting together features very quickly. You can find more of David's work on his personal site http://www.viewmagazine.tv

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                    • What is video Journalism and how you build a VJ outfit

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                      Video extract from David Dunkley Gyimah's talk at the World Association of Newspapers (WAN), a gathering of 500 global editors and 1800 delegates in Sweden in June 2008. To find out more you can download David's powerpoint from the WAN site. For more on video journalism and integrated multimedia video journalism go to http://www.viewmagazine.tv

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