This course is introducing six new creative formats used in storytelling and explains how to plan a story and adapt journalist’s scripts and multimedia content to reach wider and more diverse audiences.
It explains what skills and equipment journalists will need to produce stories in these new formats, and what will be the best platforms for it.
Formats covered in this course:
Course duration is 4 hours.
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