Here’s a link to a good example of multimedia reporting from one of our grads Natalie Caula. She’s a reporter at the ABC affiliate in Charleston, SC. She was sent to the Outer Banks to cover the arrival of Hurricane Irene. Her work includes a live shot, video gallery, photo gallery and text story for the web. This is typical of what tv reporters are expected to post for any given multimedia assignment. Take a look.
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