New York Taxi Strike

As newspapers add more video content to their Web sites, video journalists often struggle with the question of how to narrate their pieces. Some do TV-style standups and voiceovers, while others prefer to stay behind the scenes and let sources tell the story in their own words. This New York Times video on last week's taxi strike took a middle ground by introducing scenes with slides of text. Effective?

1 comment:

Tracy Everbach said...

What I noticed about this video was that a word was misspelled and the text did not follow AP style. This is a problem--videos rarely are copyedited.