06.16.2008 09:34 AM
‘Washington Post’ aggressively moves to video

Chet Rhodes, assistant managing editor for news video at the “Washington Post,” said the newspaper has trained 185 people to shoot video news for its Web site.

In an interview with www.beet.tv, he said he expects 300 or more will be trained as videographers within three years.



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