One of the UK's oldest press bodies, the Press Association, recently launched a program in which regional newspaper journalists, including ones from The Hull Daily Mail and Liverpool Echo, are being trained to become videojournalists. The association hired David Dunkley Gyimah, who recently won a Batten Award for Innovation, to do the training.
"They've three weeks to do it in and the results so far have been dramatic," he says.
You'll be able to watch video from one of the training sessions here soon.
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