This paper describes the desktop technology employed in the Sky newsroom to provide eight mini-channels of digital TV news content to subscribers. It outlines the developing workflow that has emerged as Sky News pioneers this form of television news content production in Australia. Many of the staff employed specifically to work on the digital service are recent graduates from journalism courses, and this paper notes some of the entry-level skills required by such employees to produce the digital content.
|Title of host publication||Media Literacy in the Pacific & Asia|
|Place of Publication||Fiji|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
|Event||Journalism Education Association Annual Conference 2004 - Suva, Fiji, Fiji|
Duration: 05 Dec 2004 → 09 Dec 2004
|Conference||Journalism Education Association Annual Conference 2004|
|Period||05/12/04 → 09/12/04|