The 360-degree, virtual reality video melody is so alluring that it has enchanted the likes of the Associated Press, New York Times, CNN, The Washington Post and many other major news outlets
If smartphone newsgathering really is the wave of the future and not some pie-in-the-sky pipe dream, which television station or network will be first to catch that wave and dump most of its ENG systems and methods into that same bone yard we piled film cameras, processors, Moviolas, splicers and film chains back in the 70s?
Even though news consumers are increasingly turning from conventional television to the internet for news, the good news is they’re also demanding more video.
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