2019-10-23 05:27:48 Source：源德盛 Edit：源德盛 Read：
When CNN reporter WillRipley connected to his phone with a "selfie stick" and spoke to CNN via Skype from the gate of a local hospital in tanggu, he was interrupted by grieving relatives, relatives and members of the public, who were asked to stop filming and delete the video.
Most people think of journalists as having microphones and cameras. In such a sad environment, his behavior seems to stimulate everyone's emotion, which leads to the misunderstanding. A CNN reporter, who was back online, gave a more detailed description of the situation and said he "understood people's feelings."
"Selfie" news, is quietly popular in the world
The selfie has received mixed reviews, but it seems to have given live news a new way. In the first scene of news breaking, without professional equipment such as microphone and camera, it is also a good choice to make a quick response in the breaking news report by "taking a selfie".
(phoenix TV reporter li miao in Tokyo at the door of the Japanese prime minister's residence, holding a selfie device, a phone a person a two hands a mai, made a live television!)
News organizations in Australia have discovered an alternative use for the selfie stick. Australia's sky TV recently equipped journalists with 12 "smartphone clips" that look like selfie sticks. The phones allow journalists to become photographers at the same time, taking pictures and broadcasting them to TV stations in real time, improving the efficiency of breaking news coverage.
Burns, sky live's news channel manager, said the "smartphone clip" was mainly used to report breaking news. Reporters using the clip praised its lightness, stability and fast connection.
"One microphone, one selfie stick, one cell phone" allows a reporter to complete a single story. So convenient and efficient, could the selfie be the new trend in news reporting?
What should journalists pay attention to when operating selfie news?
First, the abiding principle of live streaming is that it allows viewers to connect what they hear with what they see. The same is true for selfie video. Even the video taken by journalists with mobile phones, they must provide the audience with complete visual and auditory information.
This can be associated with the fact that all the great video broadcasts have something in common, which is the ability to succinctly show the audience the cause and effect of why a reporter is in a certain place. By first understanding these premises, the audience can contribute more brain power to the other information the reporter broadcasts.
And remember: impress your audience. The ultimate goal is to get the audience to say, "wow! I'm glad I knew!" The same goes for live shooting. When a reporter is not ready to shoot the whole story, he or she needs to highlight the most important part of the story to attract more audiences.
In addition, the anti-shake technology of smartphones is very mature now, which guarantees the video quality of mobile photography. At the same time, reporters should pay attention when shooting video and ensure the dynamic content of video. Journalists should not only maintain a single stance and position, but also present details for the audience in video, so that the audience can have an immersive feeling. It is even more compelling that live broadcasting can do this.
When shooting a selfie that needs to be widely promoted, journalists should resist the urge to say more to keep the story pure. In a way, the less you say, the more convincing your presentation will be. This is exactly the right way to open a live broadcast. When a reporter is on the scene, the goal is not just to reconstruct the event, but to think about the way it was filmed and how it was presented to the audience.
Of course, in the selfie video, to consider the surrounding environment and the atmosphere of the scene, to avoid misunderstanding. In this way, the facts can be presented to the public in a "detailed" and "humane" way in the first place.