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I’ve been at @mediaprodshow @mojofest

A handful of ideas pointed:

▶️ By 2030 everyone will wear AR glasses, a real computer

AR is a powerful tool to tell immersive stories

@weareseen_ by @YusufOmarSA and @snap_sumaiya empower people to use it to tell their stories
▶️ A serious story can make a viral video.

TikTok can be a propper platform for important stories.

Don’t address TikTok audience the way journalists tell news in tv

@sophiasgaler @VICEWorldNews
▶️ Working as a one man band, be aware:

🟢 You don’t need to master every role but…
🟢 You need to be ready to wear different hats
🟢Be mindful of your strengths and weakness
🟢keep curious (and keep learning)

@AndyMBurgess @mediaprodshow @mojofestival
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As a newscaster, you must understand that a news story is still a story - it has a beginning, it has a middle and there’s an ending.
You must tell the listener THAT story.

Also, every news story or bulletin is different, hence your delivery or reading must be different.
For example, you cannot read a story on state budget and one on a flooding disaster with the same tone - there has to be a difference in the delivery.

I also read up on something several years ago - learn to emphasize on the right words.
Sometimes, newscasters get carried away by the sound of their voices and they end up stressing the wrong words in their bulletins.
When you emphasize on the wrong words, the impact of that story might be lost along the way.
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Justification for granting broadcasting license unclear at law

bit.ly/2J8JmKO

#broadcasting #medialaws #Zimbabwe

@NLinZimbabwe @forfreemedia @OSISA @VoteWatch263 @ZimMediaReview ⁦ ⁦@InfoMinZW⁩ ⁦⁦@OSISA⁩ ⁦@263Chat⁩ ⁦⁦@UKinZimbabwe⁩ ⁦⁦@euinzim⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
@NLinZimbabwe @forfreemedia @OSISA @VoteWatch263 @ZimMediaReview @InfoMinZW @263Chat @UKinZimbabwe @euinzim National daily newspaper, The Herald, recently published an article in which the immediate former perm sec of Information George Charamba explained circumstances under which broadcasting licences were issued in the absence of a Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) Board.
@NLinZimbabwe @forfreemedia @OSISA @VoteWatch263 @ZimMediaReview @InfoMinZW @263Chat @UKinZimbabwe @euinzim According to Charamba, the licences issued to entities such as Powertel, Zimpapers, Alpha Media Holdings and Econet were issued as part of the clerical functions of BAZ.

bit.ly/2J8JmKO

#broadcasting #medialaws #Zimbabwe
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