Category: Video editors

Everything Our Editors Loved in April

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Some Outside editors spent April climbing Mount Everest and exploring the Amazon tepuis through books and movies. Others have turned to shows chronicling scams and scandals. Here’s everything we enjoyed last month. What we read It’s officially Everest season, one of our favorite times of the year here at Outside. If you need something […]

Channels editors reminisce about spring semester 2022 – The Channels

Rodrigo Hernandez From left, photo editor August Lawrence, sports editor Eric Evelhoch, editor Rodrigo Hernandez and editor Bianca Ascencio on Wednesday, April 27 at the Winslow-Maxwell Overlook at City College in Santa Barbara, Calif. first and foremost looking back to the spring semester, with Ascencio returning as editor for fall 2022. Another semester has passed, […]

8 events for your art calendar this week, from ‘Wonder Women’ at Deitch to Lauren Halsey at the New Kordansky Gallery

Tappeto-NaturaEvery week, we seek out the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings and events, both digital and in-person in the New York area. Discover our selections from around the world below. (Times are all ET unless otherwise noted.) From Tuesday 3 May to Saturday 4 June Untitled (2022). Photo: Steven Probert. Courtesy of the artist […]

Caller-Times Wins Prizes in Texas Association Editors’ Competition

The Caller-Times won eight awards in the annual Texas Association of Managing Editors competition. The annual awards recognize the best journalism in the state. Caller-Times reporters have been recognized for their breaking news, community service, investigative and sports reporting, as well as photography and video. The awards were announced at last weekend’s Texas AME conference […]

Editors’ Choice: The 5 Best Screenings of the 59th Venice Biennale

Ali CherriArsenalApril 23 – November 27, 2022 Ali Cherry, Titans, 2022, installation view, Arsenale. Courtesy of the artist and La Biennale di Venezia; Roberto Marossi photography Mixing the animal and the human, the three figurative clay sculptures Titans (2022), by Ali Cherri – who won the Biennale’s Silver Lion for the promising young participant – […]

Editors’ Picks: What We’re Getting Our Moms for Mother’s Day

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8. If you’re looking for a gift and haven’t quite figured it out yet, don’t worry. I hope this list of our top editors’ picks sparks creativity and helps you choose. . (We also interviewed mothers who love the outdoors and asked them what they really want.) Here are […]

Editors Return With AI-Generated Video For New Single “Heart Attack”

The editors teamed up with pioneering director/visual artist Felix Geen, who used groundbreaking AI technology to create an expansive, dark, psychedelic journey in what is an inspiring visual treatment of the track. Birmingham rock band Editors return with their new single ‘Heart Attack’ and accompanying music video. The single marks the band’s first release since […]

Wikimedia editors vote to stop accepting cryptocurrency donations

Wikipedia is the encyclopedia that anyone can edit, and Wikimedians can voice their opinions on the encyclopedia’s future direction via threads called Request for Comments (RfC) that range from MP4 video to list annoyances. diffusion. Wikimedia – the non-profit organization behind Wikipedia – has dozens open right now. A recent RfC, however, attracted unusually high […]

Russian prosecutor calls for tough sentences for editors of student magazine DOXA

Paris, April 6, 2022 — Russian authorities should immediately drop all charges against four former editors of the student magazine DOXA and stop listing independent media journalists as foreign agents, the Committee to Protect Journalists said on Wednesday. On April 1, during a hearing in the Dorogomilovsky District Court in the capital, Moscow, the public […]

Belarus arrests Wikipedia editors over Russian invasion of Ukraine

After Bernstein’s arrest, GUBOPiK’s own Telegram channel posted a screenshot of the original message about him from the anonymous Telegram channel, along with photos of Bernstein himself while in custody. The photos and videos were captioned with the word “defaked”, Belarusian security forces’ play on the term “denazification” which Russia uses to justify invading Ukraine. […]

Enquirer Wins Overall Excellence Ohio Associated Press Media Editors

The Enquirer received top honors from the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors on Sunday. The Enquirer won first place for Overall Excellence in the Large State Newspaper category, beating out Columbus Dispatch and Cleveland Plain Dealer. The organization also received the First Amendment Award for challenging a judge’s decision to allow Cincinnati police officer Ryan […]

Top 6 Online Video Editors:

Nowadays, creating and editing videos is not really a difficult task compared to the days when professionals were hired for this task. Thanks to the development of online video editors, anyone with little or no knowledge of video editing at all can edit videos to make them professional and impressive. The wide variety of video […]

BuzzFeed Cuts Jobs, Top Writers Leave News Division | national

By TALI ARBEL – AP Business Writer BuzzFeed is shrinking and shifting the focus of its Pulitzer Prize-winning news division as the digital media company, best known for its playful listings and quizzes, strives to increase profitability. The New York-based company is offering voluntary buyouts in its high-profile 100-person newsroom and some editors are leaving. […]

BuzzFeed is cutting jobs and top editors are leaving its news division: NPR

BuzzFeed’s 2020 New York entry. In news reported Tuesday, BuzzFeed is refocusing and downsizing its news division as the digital media company best known for light-hearted quizzes strives to increase profitability. Ted Shaffrey/AP hide caption toggle caption Ted Shaffrey/AP BuzzFeed’s 2020 New York entry. In news reported Tuesday, BuzzFeed is refocusing and downsizing its news […]

Editors Guild for court-supervised investigation into arrest of UP journalist | India News

NEW DELHI: The Editors Guild of India has called for an independent, court-monitored investigation into the arrest of Agra-based journalist Gaurav Bansal, who was arrested on March 15 for reporting on alleged election malfeasance to the recently concluded Uttar Pradesh Assembly. “The Editors Guild of India (EGI) is shocked at the manner in which an […]

Publishers Guild calls for court-supervised investigation into arrest of Agra journalist Gaurav Bansal

The Publishers Guild of India on Monday called for an independent, court-supervised investigation into the arrest of Agra journalist Gaurav Bansal. On March 15, police arrested him for reporting allegations of electoral malfeasance in Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls. In a statement, the association demanded that Bansal be released immediately. “The Guild is deeply concerned that […]

Entertainment News | Oscars 2022: American cinema editors condemn the Academy’s decision to pre-register eight award categories

Washington [US]March 20 (ANI): In a letter to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, American Cinema Editors condemned the Academy’s decision not to feature eight Oscar categories during the live broadcast of the 94th Academy Awards. The letter, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, condemned the Academy’s controversial plan which drew immediate backlash when […]

Entertainment News | ‘No Time to Die’ sound editors slam controversial Oscars broadcast plans after BAFTA win

Washington [US]Mar 14 (ANI): Tom Cross and Elliot Graham, who recently won the BAFTA award for ‘No Time To Die’, have denounced the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ decision to scrap eight different categories from Oscar, including film editing, live television broadcasting. According to Variety, at the BAFTA winners’ press conference after receiving […]

Everything Our Editors Loved in February

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> In the last month of winter, Outside editors approached books and articles to learn more about gas station faith, timing and food. Here’s everything that kept us entertained in February. What we read Over the past couple of years my backcountry trips have gotten a little more ambitious, both backpacking in the summer and […]

Zelenskyy ‘desperate’ plea for help, asks US for planes, drones | Editor’s Choice

WASHINGTON, DC – Fighting for his country’s survival, the Ukrainian leader on Saturday made a “desperate” appeal to US lawmakers for the United States to help him provide more warplanes to his military and cut imports of Russian oil as Kiev tries to prevent the Russian invasion. President Volodymyr Zelensky opened the private video call […]

Hacktavists: Ukraine’s digital army prepares cyberattacks, intelligence and information warfare | Editor’s Choice

BOSTON — Formed in the fury of countering Russia’s blitz, Ukraine’s volunteer “hacker” corps, made up of hundreds of volunteers, is much more than a paramilitary cyberattack force in Europe’s first major war. Internet era. It is crucial for information warfare and intelligence crowdsourcing. “We really are a swarm. A self-organizing swarm,” said Roman Zakharov, […]

‘King Richard’, ‘tick, tick… BOOM!’ American Cinema Editors Award Winners

“King Richard” and “tick, tick…BOOM!” “King Richard” Be Better Than the Other Oscar Nominees “Dune” (The Presumed Favorite) “The Power of the Dog” Drama Category Winner “tick, tick…BOOM!” Beat the Oscar nominee “Don’t Look Up” in the comedy category. Since ACE split its film award into comedy and drama categories 22 years ago, one of […]

Texas Tribune reporters and editors discuss March primary results and what they mean for Texas

TribCast Live: Texas Primary Edition Are you having trouble viewing? Watch this video on texastribune.org. The March primary in Texas is over, but in some ways the campaign season is just beginning. In this special edition of TribCast, Tribune’s weekly political podcast, watch Tribune reporters and editors Matthew Watkins, Alexa Ura, James Barragán, Patrick Svitek […]

The Artistic Life: 6 Things Gallery Editors Are Loving This Week

Illustrated by Cassi Namoda. Photo: Courtesy of Marimekko 1. Marimekko collaborates with international artists to celebrate International Women’s Week Finnish design house Marimekko has teamed up with a trio of talented female artists to create incredible custom pieces that combine fashion and art. For the project, the brand collaborated with Cassi Namoda, a Mozambican-born painter […]

Best Free Video Editors for Windows 11

This article was written by Harper Johnson, Editor and Web Designer at AGIMA. Did you know that around 90% of marketers consider video an integral marketing technique? This is because video content is powerful enough to capture attention. The combination of images and music helps to get more likes, comments, shares and overall engagement. So, […]

What our editors used and liked in February – Triathlete

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> To access all of our workouts, gear, and race coverage, plus exclusive workout plans, FinisherPix photos, event discounts, and GPS apps, >”,”name”:”in-content- cta”,”type”:”link “}}”>subscribe to Outside+. Every month our staff does a lot of triathlon and triathlon adjacent things. Yes, we’re testing new gear, […]

Tips from the editors of POPSUGAR for coping with anxiety symptoms

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, and whether you have a clear diagnosis or not, anxiety can impact your daily life. Although the physical symptoms are all too real – increased heart rate, muscle tension, headaches, changes in appetite, gastrointestinal issues, etc. – internal effects such as intrusive thoughts […]

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