F* It, We’ll Do It Live: Workshopping The Hows & Whys Of Live Stream Part I

Presented at ONA16
September 17, 2016
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In this session we’ll review the various tools available to newsrooms interested in streaming live video, and how to get started with limited resources. We’ll also do a more in-depth technical explanation of how NPR, Science Friday, and others have experimented with Facebook Live — from iPhone kits to multiple HD cameras.


Speakers

Brandon Echter
Engagement Manager
Claire ONeill
Producer, New York Times
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