Something is in the air again; can you guess? It’s been a year already and we all miss it! The taste of local food, the frantic cooking in the kitchens, and an atmosphere that is truly Cypriot!
Recently, we had a conversation in my class about journalism stress during “on air” Radio Broadcast, and because of the discussion we had, I would like to share with you a small ‘tip’.
The lecturer said “When I have “on air” Radio Broadcast, I have my iPad switched on and logged in Twitter and Facebook.” We asked him why we need to check the updates on Facebook and Twitter. The answer we got, shocked us!
Time travel might be possible in a few years! Forget about doing 88mph in a DeLorean. With web mapping services such as Google Maps and by using virtual reality software and hardware, one might be able to travel back in time.
Ted Talks have gained world wide recognition, but the production standards are still relatively general. There is not a lot of pressure placed on the Curator of each city to produce an all out impressive recording. The requested standards are pretty basic in order to give opportunities for a variety of approaches. Mediazone currently has three Tedx productions under their belt. Mediazone handles all aspects of production, producing, directing the live show and editing it into a final piece of video.
Recently I got inspired by photos taken with open shutter. It is a different art form and you can do amazing things if you are able to control the option on the camera called “Shutter Speed”.
«Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the absence of any corresponding external sound» – British Tinnitus Association
1 in 10 people in the UK suffer from Tinnitus, a condition in one or both ears or in the head when pressure changes from the interior ear are caused by intense exposure to loud sounds for example in clubs or gigs. This phantom sound is not there nor generated by any source sound system around your body. It happens unexpectedly as you might be sitting around people, when you suddenly hear nothing but a pure steady tone or ringing/high-pitched whining, electric buzzing, humming or whistling sounds in the background. Some auditory examples can be found on the Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit. Continue reading
Stop wasting valuable time with inaccurate mouse clicks! Editing is all about the short cuts!
Watch the video below to learn some great short cuts. The more you use them, the easier they get!