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Video Journalism

Beyond the One-Man Band

Addresses two concerns: What is video journalism, exactly? And how do the stories created by video journalists compare with other forms of news? Les mer
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Addresses two concerns: What is video journalism, exactly? And how do the stories created by video journalists compare with other forms of news?
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Forlag: Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 224
ISBN: 9781433114533
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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«Video Journalism is a rare investigation at this point in time, demonstrating the kind of breadth and flexibility the field itself now demands. If you were setting out to produce a comprehensive understanding of this discipline, your storyboard would necessarily interweave the technical, practical, commercial, historical, ethical, vocational as well as the aesthetic. Mary Angela Bock has got the script down, providing a view of visual journalism as a fixed snapshot. More artfully and accurately, however, she also renders the workings of a discipline in an almost permanent state of flux.» (Michael Shaw, Publisher of ‘BagNewsNotes.com’)»

«Video Journalism is a rare investigation at this point in time, demonstrating the kind of breadth and flexibility the field itself now demands. If you were setting out to produce a comprehensive understanding of this discipline, your storyboard would necessarily interweave the technical, practical, commercial, historical, ethical, vocational as well as the aesthetic. Mary Angela Bock has got the script down, providing a view of visual journalism as a fixed snapshot. More artfully and accurately, however, she also renders the workings of a discipline in an almost permanent state of flux.» (Michael Shaw, Publisher of‘BagNewsNotes.com’)»

Mary Angela Bock is a former journalist turned academic. Her previous career was spent primarily in local television news. She completed her PhD at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. She has published articles in publications such as Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly; Journalism; Visual Communication Quarterly; The International Journal of Press and Politics; and New Media and Society. She also co-edited The Content Analysis Reader with Klaus Krippendorff. Bock has taught at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania and joined the faculty of the University of Texas at Austin in 2012.