Tag: “video ”

Join us at NAB for a discussion on news, privacy and piracy

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Are you attending the NAB Show in Las Vegas? Meet us at booth SL7606​ and make sure to stop by our session focusing on one of the biggest trends in media.

Capturing unique perspectives of celebrities

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​We talked with AP’s music editor, Mesfin Fekadu, about best practices for developing entertainment story ideas and how to make interviewees such as Lady Gaga and George Clooney feel comfortable.

Report: How virtual reality will impact journalism

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​Learn how immersive media requires a new reporting approach and how your newsroom can leverage it by reading “The age of dynamic storytelling: A guide for journalists in a world of immersive 3-D content.”​

E-book: How to build a content strategy for the internet of things

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We asked leaders around the internet of things ecosystem for their best practices when it comes to delivering content through this still-emerging technology. What we discovered are five concepts to think about when building your own strategy.

Using artificial intelligence to produce news insights

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What's New

We collaborated with Cortico, a media analytics nonprofit recently launched from the Laboratory for Social Machines at the MIT Media Lab, to analyze the level of attention the president has given to certain issues on Twitter, as well as how other users have responded.

Getting started with 360-degree video

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In this second of a two-part series, our lead experimenter with 360-degree video shares the type of equipment we use to produce our immersive stories and the ethics involved in framing them.

Getting the whole picture: Our experience with 360-degree video

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Nathan Griffiths has traveled the world as AP’s lead experimenter with 360-degree video. In this first of a two-part series, he shares what our strategy with the emerging format has been, why we’re expanding it into breaking news, and what the difference really is between 360-degree video and virtual reality.

Divided America: Our guide to the fracturing of a nation

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​Ahead of the general election on Nov. 8, we’ve compiled all of the stories, visuals and interactive elements from our Divided America series this year.

Testing the new Google Jump 360-degree camera

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Industry Trends

We got our hands on Google’s 360-degree video camera during the political conventions this summer, filming the delegates and protestors surrounding them. Here’s our review.

Adapting radio to a digital era

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Industry Trends

As the amount of time adults spend listening to over-the-air radio continues to slip, broadcasters will have to embrace the medium causing so much change in the first place: the internet.

Expanding the reach of content marketing

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What's New

A global approach and an enhanced network of media outlets mark a milestone for our custom content and distribution service. An AP director explains our strategy for this service and the trends she’s seeing in content marketing across the publishing and advertising industries.

Behind the scenes on our first animated VR experience

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What's New

Last week, we published a 360-degree view into the latest scientific theories on the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more from the lead editor of the project about how animation unlocks new applications for virtual reality.

Renting rooftops in Rio

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What's New

Our global sports editor, Michael Giarrusso, provides a preview of our Summer Games strategy and explains how content seen on a second screen can offer an enhanced viewing experience for fans.

How to make live video work for you

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Industry Trends

We recently hosted a master class for digital news providers on best practices and guidance in the delivery of live video. Find the full recording and excerpted tips in this post.

Bringing the New York Philharmonic to virtual reality

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We talked with NYC Parks about how it plans to use virtual reality for the first time, and how it hopes VR will attract audiences to its many parks, events and festivals throughout the year.

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