The Live Stream Landscape

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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Live streaming has been a part of newsrooms for a while, but with the advent of Periscope, Meerkat, Stringwire and other tools, it has become ubiquitous, both for reporters and the broader news community. Learn creative ideas for adopting live streaming, as well as workflow for covering breaking news events. We’ll also discuss some of the ethical challenges beginning to emerge around using others’ coverage and how to address these issues.

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Speakers

Shadi Rahimi
Deputy Producer, AJ+
Tim Pool
Director of Media Innovation, Fusion
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