This weeks assignment was to interview a small local business here in Fayetteville Arkansas, I had the opportunity to interview local night club/ venue manager Joey Campbell about Teatro Scarpino. This project was a lot of fun for me to cover because I had chance to see what really goes on in the background through out the night club scene. There is so much hard work that goes into a night club. It really makes you appreciate the hard work that goes into it! I highly recommend coming to Teatro Scarpino you will not regret it. Make sure to leave any comments or questions you might have down below.
Teatro Scarpino is located in the heart Fayetteville Arkansas , it is a night club and venue that can hold up to 300 people, photo taken Saturday, 22, 2017.
This Is Joey Campbell discussing important information to the weekly DJ, DJ Ty Walker Saturday April 22, 2017. The music played at Teatro Scarpino is in wide variety.
This is the sign for the entertainment line up for the night taken Saturday April 22, 2017. DJ Ty Walker is a weekly DJ that plays a variety of music.
This is Joey Campbell helping out the bartenders at the end of the night . This photo was taken, Satruday April 22, 2017. Teatro Scarpino is open Thurs- Sat 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. every weekend.
In this picture Joey Campbell is counting money at the registers to see how many sales they made that night, photo was taken, Saturday April 22, 2017. Scarpino has a cover charge of 5 or 10 dollars at the door.
This weeks blog post was on live tweeting an important event. I decided to live tweet a meeting being a held at my university by our Chancellor Joe Steinmetz. This experience was definitely a lot of fun, the best part about it was going out and engaging in the whole experience. I learned how to deal with live reporting and report on things that were being said "LIVE" did I mention it was live! I learned how to correctly catch an image and caption it as well. I felt more involved while reporting this event this week, I had to fully pay attention to what was said and really be careful with the words I used to describe the event. My favorite part was really watching the chancellor interact with audience and answer questions.
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This weeks project was very tricky but I definitely enjoyed learning how to make the text show in the video. Downloading the new apps and learning how to use them will definitely help with my future projects. The most difficult part of this project was trying to find the right facts to put into the video, I couldn't put just any facts, I wanted to put enough facts so people would receive the whole entire message of the news story. My favorite part of this project was getting to go back and edit new video shots to add for this specific video.
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This weeks project has definitely been my favorite one so far. I had to the chance to be on camera! With broadcast journalism being my major I was excited when I read that I was going to be on the other side of the camera this week. It certainly gives viewers a different look at things. I interacted more with the audience. I had a lot of trouble remembering my lines especially because there were people walking around outside by where I was reporting, it definitely made me a little nervous. I would say the most difficult part of this project was having come up with an interesting intro for this story.
Overall I had a lot of fun with project and hope you guys enjoy! Don’t forget to leave any comments or advice down below.
This weeks blog project was all about learning how to create a voice over of the story I covered earlier on in week at the local Petco. My favorite part of this project was getting to actually recored myself stating the facts instead of writing them for you guys to read before watching the video. I have done voice overs before so making a voice over video was not difficult at all for me.
I like that we learn something new every week in this course, it is definitely expanding my knowledge in the journalism world. Can't wait for you guys to check out next weeks blog post! Don't forget to comment any ideas or thoughts about my post you guys might have down below.
This is a news story I covered this week regarding the national adoption days here at the local Petco Inc. In Fayetteville AR. I spoke with Demo specialist, pet neutralists, and customer advisor, Savannah Ammeral about what the the pet adoptions that go on at Petco are really about. I had the opportunity to learn more about the pet adoption process and why adoption has its particular benefits.
Coming to out to record this story was definitely a lot different than asking a friend to interview for me, this project made me go out of my elements and interact with people in different ways that i hadn't before. I enjoyed this project especially because i learned more about a subject i did not know much about before. Enjoy !
1. The name of this story is Sticks and Stones at the UofA
2. The news angle of this story is about biracial couples and how others view them. The exhibit will show various types of photos of couples that are each of different race.
3.This story is important because in the world around us right now, race has been an ongoing conversation.
4. The information I need in order to tell this story efficiently is why the author chose to photograph on this subject, and how people react to it.
5. I have already contacted Amanda Pickett, University Programs Art Gallery Chair.
6. The visual components of this story will involve showing the reactions of the people viewing the gallery or maybe getting to show the actual photos themselves, all and all helping make this story interesting.
7. I found this story on the UA Newswire Headlines.
8. This exhibit is called Sticks and Stones Exhibit. The exhibit shows the other side of how biracial couples are looked at, whether it be negative or positive. The particular artist of this exhibit is named Donna Pinckley, Donna Pinckley focuses her photography in black and white. I plan to get an interview of Donna Pinckely and why she chose to photograph biracial couples. I also plan to attend the exhibit and interview other people who might have certain opinions about the photographs.
This week’s blog post took a lot of time and effort. I needed an interesting person with a story to tell. The most difficult part of this project was finding the right questions to ask Tyron. My favorite part of this weeks project was getting to film the actual act of him dJ’ing. It is amazing to see how much you can learn from a person just with asking a few of the right questions.
I learned that when you give yourself enough time to plan ahead, in the end all the stress and hours of hard work pay off. I hope you guys enjoy this week’s blog post and remember to leave any comments you might have down below.
This project was very difficult for me at first...well ... lets just say it took about 3 days to finish. I didn't want to just read the assignment finish and turn it in, I wanted my project to stand out so I spent hours studying iMovie and what tools to use for this weeks project. The most difficult part of this project was editing the sound, I didn't realize how hard it could to correctly match the sound the video. This project had a lot of editing in it but it definitely taught me the hard work it takes behind the scenes. Make sure to leave comments or suggestions down below!