Our members joined us for a hands on workshop teaching them how to shoot and edit films with a smartphone. Trainer, Nat Hawley, touched on everything from how to choose what to film, to his top tips for editing on the go.
In the afternoon session, the group were given the opportunity to put their new skills to the test as they were challenged to create a 1 minute film for their organisation.
“The best camera is the one that you have with you.” Everything you need to create engaging, attention-grabbing content is sitting in your back pocket. Gone are the days of dragging around a 30kg camera bag, 5 different lighting fixtures, 3 sound guys and a couple thousand pounds worth of complicated editing software. Smartphones have […]Read more
Next spring we will be publishing a new report looking at children and media. The report will examine what children know about the world, where they get their information from and what media content they consume. The aim of the report is to give us an evidence base for our lobbying with UK broadcasters and […]Read more
2018 has been the year of the podcast. Ofcom has found that about 6 million of us in the UK listen to podcasts on a weekly basis – a figure that has almost doubled over the last 5 years. With an endless catalogue of listening options, and more and more organisations turning to the format […]Read more
An opinion piece by Kate Wright, co-author of The State of Humanitarian Journalism Should Save the Children play a key role in setting up a new worldwide register of suspected sex offenders, whilst being investigated by the charities Commission for its own failure to deal with allegations of sexual misconduct? Are feminist whistle-blowers being marginalised […]Read more
IBT’s vision is of a world in which the media is a force that enables all people to be active global citizens. Our goal is that people in the UK have access to more and better coverage of the world and are able to find it easily through their favourite media.