REPORTING ON THE ROLF HARRIS TRIAL
London Correspondent Barbara Miller gives an insight into the challenges of covering the trial of Rolf Harris on indecent assault charges.
Read more about the case on Correspondent’s Report.
Covering the Rolf Harris trial - ABC London bureau cameraman Cameron Bauer outside court.
DIRECTOR OF NEWS KATE TORNEY WELCOMES RESOURCES STAFF TO THE NEWS DIVISION
Camera Operator Greg Nelson has worked at the ABC’s Northbourne office in Canberra for 13 years and before then in commercial televison. He’s passionate about shooting video and photographs and sometimes steps into the journalist’s shoes to produce and present stories for News 24, 7pm and 7.30.
(Correspondent Hayden Cooper and Producer Fouad Abughosh filming outside Tora Prison in Cairo.)
Middle East Correspondent Hayden Cooper recalls the shock and fear he felt as the verdict against Al Jazeera English journalist Peter Greste and his colleagues was delivered and he discusses the challenges of reporting in Egypt.
By Kieran Ricketts, Video Producer - ABC News Digital.
There has been a long list of red-faced people too quick to denounce new ideas in the technology space. At various times the personal computer, the television, and social media were all laughed off as zany ideas that would never catch on.
(Rockhampton based Camera Operator Russel Talbot and Journalist Marlina Whop on the road.)
Marlina Whop is a journalist based in Rockhampton, responsible for reporting on a huge area of Central Queensland. She’s also a proud Torres Strait Islander.
BRAVING THE ELEMENTS! Canberra based Camera Operator Greg Nelson and Journalist Siobhan Heanue battle snow and ice to report on blizzard conditions in the Snowy Mountains.
(Photos: Greg Nelson)
(Geelong VJ Cameron Best at Ford’s plant, about to go live on ABC1 and ABC News 24 as the carmaker cuts jobs.)
In July 2013, the ABC established three new regional news bureaux, in Geelong, Ipswich and Parramatta, as part of the News Initiative. Almost a year on, Geelong video journalist Cameron Best details the opportunities and challenges he and colleague Margaret Paul face in a city facing its own difficulties.
(ABC weatherman Graham Creed talks to students in Shanghai via skype.)
A tweet request from a teacher in an international school in Shanghai led to ABC weatherman, Graham Creed, joining a class of primary school children via Skype to talk about climate. ABC Newcastle’s Carol Duncan was in the middle of it all.