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Following the footsteps of Susan Boyle’s glory, Thailands got talent transgender contestant suprises the judges and the audience with her unique voice. Since the video was uploaded on the 14th of March, Bell Nuntita’s performance has received over 3 million views on youtube- … Continue reading
There’s a lot of talk about online journalism as a growing phenomenon- but who is actually using videos to source news? We spoke to fellow bloggers and the public to find out: Jake from Wikileaks and beyond said online video journalism … Continue reading
In a development that was seemingly missed by the press at large, a few weeks ago protestors in Egypt stormed the headquarters of Amn Dawla, Egypt’s secret police force. Inside they found mountains of shredded documents, secret files documenting the … Continue reading
Recently, Skepta, a UK rap artist released a controversial music video for his new single ‘All over the house’. It is basically a porn, to say the least, and I’m assuming that it will not be aired on TV because of … Continue reading
I’ve worked out what worries me about video journalism: it leaves me feeling niggly about narrative. It bothers me less when it’s something like amateur footage of a protest. The news content is in its capturing of the moment, so … Continue reading
I seem to be stuck on the idea of citizen journalism today, but this clip has some nice points about the role of video