Hannah Gelbart is a multi-platform broadcast journalist at BBC News. She has recently completed the BBC's flagship Journalism Trainee Scheme and is now publishing news videos for BBC News Online and social platforms.
In her presentation she will share her experience of following the BBC training and suggest best practices on how to be a professional social media producer today.
What is the ideal length of a Facebook piece? How to make it funky and newsy?
Engage in an open conversation with Hannah, feel free to ask her your questions in an informal setting, and learn essential tricks of the trade.
About “disLAB Presents…”
“disLAB presents” is a series of free encounters organized by the digital and interactive storytelling LAB – a new MA due to open @Harrow in September 2017.
If you are interested in digital journalism, interactive documentary, apps for social change, educational video games or just digital communication, this series of encounters is for you. The aim is to invite students and young media makers to join the conversation with practitioners, so that together we can start creating the digital stories of the future.
disLAB challenges the use of digital media to do exciting storytelling. It is about being creative and becoming the storytellers of the future. For this, it is important to be exposed to current practices, be inspired by great makers and dare to innovate ourselves.
By inviting successful digital storytellers to share their current projects and expertise in an informal setting, we hope to bridge the gap between industry and universities. Let’s start our future now.
Next @ "disLAB Presents..."
Juliana Ruhfus, Investigative Journalist at Al Jazeera, "How can we use digital games to deliver hard news?" - Monday 27th of March, Regent Campus, from 7 - 8 PM
Ana Naomi De Sousa, Journalist at Foresnic Architecture. "How to use digital media, journalism and architecture to discover what really happened?" - Monday 24th of April, Regent Campus, from 7 - 8 PM
Mandy Rose, Judith Aston from the University of West of England and Sandra Gaudenzi (UoW), "Why do interactive stories matter in a post-Brexit world? The recently launched i-Docs book about interactive documentaries reveals how interactive stories are made today and why we need them. Meet the authors..." - Monday 22nd of May, Regent Campus, from 7 - 8 PM
Please note: This event is free but registration is essential.