- AN IRISHMAN AFTER PUB HOURS
- Ozzy Osbourne Delivers Update Following Spinal Surgery
- Ghost plane flies over European skies, was it a Russian test over NATO countries? Security services say “Pilots spoke Russian”
- Plug finally pulled on Internet Explorer: good riddance!
- New Zealand proposes to tax farmers for livestock burps
- ARMED FORCES OF MALTA
- British Monarchy
- GEEKY OR TECHIE GADGET STUFF
- GENERAL OBSERVATIONS & THOUGHTS
- History of Maltese Photography
- Island Fortress
- JOKES, HUMOUR, AND OTHER WIT
- Kevin Casha
- MY PIC SNAPS
- MY VIDEO WORK
- Scouts, Scouting, Scout, The Malta Scouts Association, TSAM
- Second World War
- WORLD MILITARY
Daily Archives: December 9, 2013
In news organizations around the country, reporters are increasingly providing visuals with their copy. Freelance writers are rebranding themselves as multimedia journalists, and journalism schools, conscious of where the jobs likely will be for their graduates, are training all their students to write and capture audio, photos and video.
This advent of the new Super Journalist, the photographer who writes and the writer who takes photographs, is creating one of the biggest upheavals in modern journalism since online platforms gave everyone, including monthly magazines, a 24-hour news cycle.
In this new world, a world in which everyone is a photographer, what then happens to the photojournalists? Continue reading
The late Michael Stroud, Curator of the Palace Armoury, Valletta, in Malta: his love for history, and knowledge shared shall be sorely missed.