In this ever-changing world of new media in news media, I wanted to call attention to a video produced by Howard County Times reporter Luke Lavoie that was shot entirely on his iPhone. Luke also used a Rode smartLav microphone to get better sound during the interviews and shot his “b-roll,” or secondary footage, as a videographer would.
Missing plane said to have crashed in Indian Ocean, Washington landslide kills at least 8, Ukraine evacuates Crimea | March 24
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak announced the missing Malaysian airliner ended its journey in the southern Indian Ocean, a landslide killed at least eight people in northwestern Washington state, Ukraine orders the evacuation of its troops and their families from Crimea, and more in today’s daily brief.
At least two people were killed Saturday during protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, according to multiple reports.
Protests against Maduro’s administration began in February and have continued as the country faces inflation and product shortages.
March Madness is in full swing, with basketball fans everywhere keeping one eye on the tube and another on their already busted brackets. We’ve already had some impressive upsets (thanks, Duke).
Here’s a look at some old-school dunks, dodges and dives from college hoopsters from past times.
Rhythmic gymnastics championships, Michigan same-sex marriages, Palestinian protests and more in today’s photo brief.
Soldiers from U.S. Army’s Battery B, 2nd Battalion, 44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division return to Fort Campbell in Kentucky after a nine-month combat deployment in Afghanistan. The 60 soldiers were welcomed home during a ceremony at Campbell Army Airfield.
Lacrosse is the official team sport of Maryland and Kennedy Krieger International Center for Spinal Cord Injury is hoping even more people will be able to play. Kennedy Krieger in partnership with FreeState Wheelchair Lacrosse recently put on a wheelchair lacrosse clinic at Johns Hopkins University. The oldest sport in North America is one of the newest adaptive sports. There are currently only a handful of teams in the country
Baltimore Sun pictures of the American Brewery through the years, from the 1970s through renovation in the 2000s to present day.
Young Malaysian Muslims offer Friday prayers for those aboard missing Flight 370, student protesters occupy Taiwanese Parliament, children celebrate World Water Day and more in today’s photo brief.
A Maryland man argues that a quad photograph from the 1800s shows a crowd awaiting a hearse carrying President Abraham Lincoln’s body in front of Grace Episcopal Church in New York on April 24 or 25, 1865. The National Archives has had this photo, made using a four-lens camera on a large glass plate negative, for several decades, but it lacks detailed caption information identifying the scene.