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Tuesday, April 17 • 9:15am - 10:30am
The New Mini-cams: Do we Need BIG Cameras to Teach News Video?

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In the 1970s ENG “mini-cams” revolutionized TV news coverage. Now smaller, lighter, cheaper cameras are revolutionizing the video news gathering business again. Anyone with a cell phone and editing software can be a videojournalist. So, do we need to teach students how to use larger, more traditional video cameras anymore?
Moderator: G. Stuart Smith, Hofstra University
Panelists: Dale Cressman, Brigham Young University; Discusses his backpack journalism class in which students can use any camera they wish
Peg Achterman, University of Washington; Will TV stations and videographers be willing to switch to these new mini-mini-cams?
Gary Symons, President and CEO, VeriCorder Technology; The Global Mojo Project and VeriCorder’s iPhone enhancements allowing the phone to be used as a full-fledged videojournalism camera.




Dale Cressman, Brigham Young University; Peg Achterman, University of Washington; Gary Symons, VeriCorder Technology Inc.

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Dale Cressman

Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies, Brigham Young University
Husband, father, university professor & journalism historian with a weakness for New York City architecture and new media technology.


Tuesday April 17, 2012 9:15am - 10:30am
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