Increasing mobile video views in local markets

This Video Champions call discusses how to help newsrooms across small, local markets make the best use of video –– and how to increase engagement with their audiences. This video focuses on driving traffic and mobile views.

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Video for editors

Driving home video as a concept: As an editor, how do you keep the focus on adding video, and what topics are better than others?

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Using the Streamyard platform for livestreaming/broadcasting

Presented by Steve Elfers of USA Today, this webinar delves into how to use the Streamyard platform for both livestreaming and broadcasting.

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Video (for digital editors)

Digital video editing: Desktop video editing best practices and tips, including lower thirds and YouTube Live.

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Using Adobe Premiere Rush for video editing

Here, Robert Linderman discusses how to use Adobe Premiere Rush for video editing.

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Using video diaries to tell stories remotely

You can still tell great video stories while staying safe at home. Through video diaries filmed by the subjects themselves, USA TODAY’s Coronavirus Chronicles is a look at how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Americans from single parenting, unemployment, weddings to grieving.

The password to view this webinar is: O9!L.usU

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Journalism from your phone

There are numerous apps and tools that can make storytelling by smartphone easier. Sarah Self-Welbeck from the Lubbock (Texas) Avalanche-Journal shows you tips and tricks on recording and editing audio and video, taking the best photos and time-saving tools that make journalism from your cell phone possible and productive.

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Lighting for photo and video

No room. No time. No Problem. Lighting can make or break a portrait assignment. USA TODAY staff photographer Robert Hanashiro —his friends call him Bert— has made a career out of making hotel rooms, meeting rooms, small rooms, big rooms, living rooms and bathrooms into … studios. Join Bert in an informal and fun discussion about location lighting. He will go over how a small lighting kit can produce portraits with that big light look. Bert will also touch on his setup to shoot both a portrait and video interviews in limited spaces and limited time.

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