This page from lifehacker.com shows tricks for linking to YouTube videos, including repeating all or part of a video, downloading a video, jumping to a specific point in a video and disabling related videos.
An article recently published by Bowling Green State University: “Foust, a professor of journalism and public relations, recently spent time in the West Coast city as part of a Faculty Improvement Leave. Through a fellowship from the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE), he observed media convergence efforts at KQED, one of the leading public broadcasting stations in the country. ” Click here to read more.
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Courtesy of Gannett, a list of the best new software tools for journalists discussed at the 2013 Online News Association conference. The list includes tools for creating content, tools for searching social media sources and tools for online reporting.
Some great tips and online tools for doing number-based reporting. From Online News Association.
This is a good overview of online tools that multimedia journalists can use to encourage engagement and audience involvement. From The Poynter Institute.