Mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, are becoming more and more powerful. How do we create great videos, audio and social media content using these amazing tools? This show helps you answer that question. Hear from the experts who create multi-media content on their smartphones, or make content for mobile audiences. If you are interested in mobile journalism, mobile marketing or filmmaking, then this podcast is for you. Mobile specialist, Mark Egan, interviews leaders in their fields. This includes journalists, app developers, marketers and tech experts.
Getting millions of views on mobile videos with the BBC's Dougal Shaw
In this episode of the Mobile Journalism Show I am joined by Dougal Shaw from the BBC. He talks about how he got into mobile filming, his workflow and what stories appeal to him.
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Making a Broadcast TV Show From Home During COVID19 Lockdown
How Leonor Suarez is using mojo to make a TV show from home
Why smartphone photography has just got exciting again with Dan Rubin
With computational photography apps allowing you to choose the depth of field after you have taken the picture, smartphone photography has reached the next level. Dan Rubin is a top photographer, music producer and one of the pioneers on Instagram. In this podcast he tells Mark Egan why smartphones are no longer the poor cousin to traditional camera brands. He talks apps and tips during this chat at Dublin airport on the way back from Mojofest in Galway.
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Teaching communities to tell their own stories with Sumaiya Omar
Is it better if communities tell their own stories rather than waiting for the mainstream media to cover them. Sumaiya and Yusuf Omar founded #hashtagourstories to give communities around the globe the mobile journalism skills needed to create compelling content using smartphones. In this interview Sumaiya tells Mark Egan why they launched the project and why a diversity of voices is essential.
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Designing a mobile journalism newsroom with Richard Cheary from Mojo Reporter
There are now tools to run an entire-newsroom using mobile devices. Afrozaar is a Cape Town company behind Mojo Reporter. This platform has been used in major news outlets around the world. Richard Cheary from Mojo Reporter spoke to Mark Egan at Mojofest in Galway.
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Follow Mojoreporter at: @mojoreporter
Professional editing on your mobile device - Terri Morgan from Luma Touch
Editing on mobile devices is improving every year. Luma Fusion is an incredibly powerful editing app for iOS devices. Terri Morgan, co-founder of Luma Touch, attended Mojofest in Galway recently. Mark Egan spoke to her about why they decided to focus on editing on mobile and how apps like this are now reaching a professional level.
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and Terri is @tepauliemo as well asLuma Touch are at @lumatouch
A Rapidly Transforming Industry Under the Spotlight
Very interesting discussions on a subject that’s close to my heart. There’s an underlying message here for content creators of all levels. Video production is more important than ever and content creators need to be ready for the changes that are happening every day.
Great Audio, Great Content, Great Host
This is a really well produced and polished show. Marc Egan has done a great job with such a new show. This sounds like an established show that has been around for years...FIVE STARS ALL THE WAY