Season 1, Episode 2 | August 3nd 12 PM EDT
With international fans and families unable to attend the Olympics in Tokyo due to COVID-19, journalists covering the action and storylines are more vital than ever. Reporters Aaron Nolan, Lex Gray and latakoo’s Erin Cargile walk us through their long and exciting days at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Join 11-time Regional Emmy Recipient and 3-time Ohio APME Best Photographer Tony Mirones to learn how to use the smartphone you already own to easily record and edit professional videos.
Join award-winning photographer and editor Dan Robbins and learn how to prepare and shoot video to make the best use of the cloud editor.
Join broadcast specialist Luke Hanrahan and learn how to use our end-to-end solution to edit your story from assets right in latakoo.
Learn what current news outlets are doing to safeguard their reporting staff while on location.
Broadcasters and content producers have limited time, but need maximum quality. How do you balance the need for quality video when the clock is ticking? Our panel of broadcast experts covers protocols for quality transfers.
What’s next for news crews and COVID-19 coverage as journalists are falling victim? This discussion features journalists who are recovering from COVID-19 and experts who are tracking the disease and its long term effects on health.
Get a chance to learn how great stories are put together. In this inaugural episode, we hear about the historic, first, wall-to-wall HD coverage of Hurricane Katrina and the challenges faced by journalists Will Wright, Dave Barker and latakoo co-founder Jade Kurian.