Broadcast Track: Visualizing your investigation
Every great investigation deserves stunning visualization. Don’t let your visuals be an afterthought. Join our skilled panelists as they provide inspiration, tips, and discussion on how to create investigations so eye-catching, you can’t help but get noticed. From the fundamentals of visual storytelling to creating impactful images that stimulate action – this session will send you home with ways to improve the look of your next investigation.
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Anna Hewson is a podcast addict. During the few hours a day that she is not listening to podcasts, she collaborates with KUSA-TV's nationally recognized investigative team 9Wants to Know as an investigative photojournalist. @annahewson1
Bryan Staples is the Senior Investigative Photojournalist / Producer for WTVF-TV. Since joining NewsChannel 5 Investigates in 1999, Bryan's work has been well recognized, including two Peabody Awards, three DuPont Awards, an IRE Medal and two IRE certificates, four National Headliner Awards, three Sigma Delta Chi Awards, and nearly two dozen Emmy awards. Bryan is a graduate of Western Kentucky University. You can follow Bryan on twitter @bryanstaples
Evan Stulberger is the Senior Investigative Producer with WNBC in New York City. For more than a decade, Evan has been using technology to bring emotion and visual interest to stories about numbers, audits, and lawsuits. Evan’s investigative pieces have earned nationwide honors in the National Press Photographers Association’s video editing competition. He has won Emmy awards for photography and editing, and regional Murrow awards for investigative reporting. @evan4ny
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