We all make mistakes. This time Joe is in the hot seat as he shares some of the top mistakes he's made throughout his career. If you've made the same mistakes, then you can commiserate. If you haven't made the mistakes, hopefully you can avoid them. Have some common mistakes of your own? Let us know so we can share. Don't forget to rate us on iTunes and leave a review. Thanks for listening.
We all love lists, right? We all hate making mistakes, right? Network photographer Kenton Young shares his top 10 mistakes so we can all learn from them and avoid making the same ones in the field. Sometimes they might seem obvious, but creating a checklist from Kenton's mistakes can help... we hope. Have you made the same mistakes before? Other mistakes you've made that others can learn from? Share them with us on twitter or Facebook. Thanks for listening.
Michael DelGiudice has an uncanny ability to bring viewers to the story. It's no wonder that reporters who work with him usually use so few words. When there is a track, DelGiudice usually has the perfect shot to match. During our conversation with the lensman he explains how his passion for the camera helped him find a career he had never imagined. A career that now includes more than 60 Emmy's, although he doesn't like to talk about it. He explains how learning how to do other jobs around the newsroom can make you a better storyteller.
In part two of our conversation with Wayne Freedman we get deeper into the craft of journalism. Wayne shares the struggle to cover news in the Bay Area as crews continue to get attacked for their equipment. He talks about the Darwinian nature of a reporting career. We discuss the frustration in predicting the future of the business and the affirmation bias creating a division in the country. Just as Freedman's book should be required reading for all young journalists, this conversation is a must listen!