because Ten Daily doesn’t have any cameras or operators. But isn’t there a fixed studio camera up there somewhere?
If not, maybe it should. Perhaps they could get inspiration from our members:
But it’s part of the Ten News division, right? They collaborate on projects and Ten journalists contribute to the site etc. One would’ve just thought they would share some resources where possible and to compliment each other I guess.
No. they are their own unit. They do collaborate, but unless it’s vision shot for the news… it’ll be on a phone.
that’s the style they want apparently, millenials will get it, and not care about quality.
I think if its done on station…do it properly! Use a news camera, light it and mic talent up! Its just lazy shooting it on the phone. Its a TV station for gods sake! People do want quality! If it looks mickey mouse people wont want to watch!
But (most) people don’t mind watching that quality online.
If it was being broadcast on TV I take your point but people are used to watching video with a bit of a raw edge online (Facebook Lives, Periscope, Instagram videos etc) and more than willing to watch content that is a bit rough around the edges (I think the video posted above is perfectly fine).
But most of those videos on instagram and periscope are individuals and not TV networks. If they want to shoot it on a phone…at least do it in a well lit room!
ten daily kicks a big goal with new Sport Editor
Plus, Lifestyle Editor and Social Media Editors also appointed
Network Ten’s news site ten daily has announced the appointment of Walkley Award-winning journalist, Anthony Sharwood as Sports Editor.
ten daily has also announced two more appointments with Natasha Lee joining the team as Lifestyle Editor and Lawrence Champness coming board as Social Media Editor.
Ten Daily is hiring for two more senior news reporters in Melbourne and Perth.
Might have to get this thread renamed.
There was a 10 daily tie in during The Bachelorette tonight, the First I’ve seen in a while since MasterChef / Shark Tank and the first in the new style.
ABC’s Q&A retweeing a 10 daily article online.
News, but not as you know it.
A rubbish headline from 10daily claiming ONJ’s family broke their silence. Her mnagement and family responded to the false stories within a day, so there was no silence to break.
10 Daily appoints Chris Harrison
10 Daily has promoted its deputy editor Chris Harrison to the editor position, effective immediately.
Mr Harrison has held the 10 Daily deputy editor role since the site launched in May 2018. He will continue to report to 10 Daily managing editor Mel Cornford who will be focusing largely on her strategic, commercial and product responsibilities for the site.
Ms Cornford said: “10 Daily is growing at an average 25 per cent each month – that’s huge! There is still so much potential for growth and it’s fantastic to have Chris in the Editor’s chair dedicated to leading the site editorially while we focus on expanding 10 Daily’s commercial and product offering.
“Chris lives and breathes what 10 Daily is all about and has played a huge role in the site’s continued success since launch. He has been an incredible asset and leader to the team with his creative ideas, sensational headlines and strong editorial acumen. A huge congrats to Chris on this well-deserved promotion!”
Mr Harrison said: “I’m so excited to be leading the 10 Daily team as editor. The past seven months since launch have been the most fun I’ve had in journalism. Super busy but super worth it. We have such a versatile new product with such a brilliant mix of content. We’re serious when we need to be and fun when we don’t. I love the place and the team and am honoured to be leading it with Mel Cornford, whose incredible hard work has made 10 Daily go from strength to strength. Long may it continue.”
Mr Harrison’s career spans over 20 years as a journalist, editor and award-winning author. Prior to joining 10 Daily, Mr Harrison was most recently publisher of Gizmodo, Lifehacker and Kotaku at Allure Media. Before that he was opinion editor at HuffPost Australia. He spent several years at News Corp Australia as a property editor and columnist, and was a frequent contributor to opinion site The Punch. He is also the bestselling author of two books and winner of a Victorian Premier’s Literary Award.
Ms Cornford continued: “There’s incredible momentum going into our second year. Our content is really resonating with our target under 50s audience. We’re doing things differently, launching new editorial initiatives and breaking visitor and engagement records week by week – and I’m thrilled with those results.
“We’ve quickly integrated 10 Daily with 10’s broadcast newsroom, giving us easy access to some of Australia’s most renowned journalists – that’s invaluable. It’s been a phenomenal first seven months and we have so many big things planned for 2019, including plenty of exciting options for our advertisers.”
Does anyone know how this site is doing in comparison to its rivals? I sure hope it’s doing well considering the number of people they hired for this venture.