Visual Storytelling for Radio.
This intensive one-day workshop will help you create powerful visual content using simple smartphone video and photography apps and low-cost desktop production tools.
Designed and led by former BBC journalist Corinne Podger, this course is ideal for radio journalists and podcasters, and will also interest anyone working with audio storytelling, including PRs and comms teams, NGOs and charities.
This one day workshop will cover the following :
- Guidance on photography and video shoot-editing for audio storytellers
- Adding text, quotes and animations to photos and video to bring stories to life
- Tips for optimizing multimedia posts on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram
- Resources including guidance on apps and equipment
- Best practice in social audio and social video storytelling
- Online and social formats
- Social audio: best practice
- Apps and Equipment
- How to get the best from a smartphone camera
- Tips on narrative photography
- Adding text, animations and a logo to your images
- Introduction to filming with a smartphone
- Capturing audio for your video
- Tips for filming radio and podcast interviews
- Tools for live-streaming audio to social formats
- Examples of best practice
- Editing intervierws and narrative video
- Adding branding and a logo
Desktop tools and workflow
- Low cost visual tools for audio producers
- Managing your social video workflow
Visual Curation for Audio Storytellers
- Versioning audio stories for online and social platforms
- Guidance on best practice for visual-first platforms (Instagram, YouTube)
- How will you implement what you have learned?
- Further resources
About Corinne Podger
Corinne is a multimedia journalist with over 20 years’ experience working in radio, television, online and social media, primarily for the BBC and ABC Australia. Since 2013 she has taught multimedia storytelling for a wide range of clients including the BBC, Reuters, Journalism.Co.Uk and the Financial Times, and has lectured at universities and colleges in Australia, the UK and the United States.