(CBS13) — From news reports and blogs to video podcasts and presentations, more of us are creating visual content from home.
Like many journalists, CBS13 Investigative Reporter Julie Watts has been working from home and had to come up with creative ways to create quick and effective visuals for her daily investigative reports on deadline.
Julie recently presented some of her tips and tricks at a national journalism conference and now we’re sharing them with our viewers.
Here’s a glimpse behind the scenes (at home) with CBS13 Investigates. Below, you’ll find links to all the stories referenced in this how-to.
Email Julie your questions and check back here for answers under the FAQs listed below. She would also love to hear your tips and tricks for creating quick and effective visuals – from home!
- How do I pin a person full screen on zoom video?
- How do I enable Screen record on my phone?
- How do I screen record on a PC?
- How do I screen record on a mac?
- How do I screen record using PowerPoint?
See the CBS13 Investigations referenced in the video above:
- Coronavirus Unemployment: EDD Acknowledges Staff May Be Responsible For Costly Date Errors
- Coronavirus Unemployment: Will Another Audit Fix the EDD?
- Coronavirus Unemployment: EDD Missing Data – How Many Still Waiting for First Payments?
- Coronavirus Unemployment: ‘3 Weeks? Where’s My Money?’
- State Flip-Flops On Youth Sports: No Team Drills Or Conditioning Allowed In Any County
- Youth Sports Confusion Continues: Parents Calling For Statewide Guidelines
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