A video I shot and co-produced with Pueblo Chieftain reporter Peter Roper won second place in the multimedia category of the annual Better Newspaper Contest at the 2017 Colorado Press Association convention. "Remembering Hiroshima's Empty Streets" featured World War II U.S. Army veteran Bruce Elson recounting his experiences in the Japanese city of Hiroshima after … Continue reading Award-winning videos from 2016
What value does AP provide its members when it effectively competes with them on all platforms using the same content? I mean, what are we paying for?
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrWGd9wczUD2wpaFuXZYop6hQlwrOBMEX I produced this video series with Pueblo Chieftain reporter Peter Roper, comprising the full interview (about 17 minutes) and a shorter version (about four minutes) focusing on his arrival and observations at atomic bomb site Hiroshima in 1945.
Shouldn't a smart digital strategy include a healthy experimentation with all available pathways to a greater audience?
The ones that are busted, anyway. Check out my latest project for The Pueblo Chieftain.
The Tribune Sunday morning, Dan and April Wendt and their two sons were at the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum in Denver, braving wet and windy 30-degree weather to feel the Force at the Star Wars Celebration. By that night, they had joined about 300 other fans of George Lucas' saga in … Continue reading STAR POWER: Fanatics make midnight run for ‘Phantom’ toys
The Star Wars cast and crew are not without their faults. Bloopers are scattered throughout the trilogy, and few were corrected in 1996's Special Edition. Here are a few examples: A stormtrooper in a Death Star hallway in A New Hope may be "a little tall for a stormtrooper;" he bumps his head in a … Continue reading Star Wars bloopers
Special to the State Press Magazine Michael A. Stackpole gets to play in George Lucas' Star Wars universe, and he gets paid to do it. The 41-year-old Scottsdale resident is the author of Bantam Spectra's I, Jedi and five books in the X-wing series, including the just-released Isard's Revenge. He has also written for Dark … Continue reading Scottsdale author lives some fans’ dream, continues Lucas legacy in ‘Star Wars’ novels