On a steep cliff northeast of Kathmandu, one family is forced to live outside, mourning the dead and worrying that rains from the coming monsoons will create more deadly landslides.
BY Rajneesh Bhandari and Sofia Perpetua | Apr. 28, 2015 | 1:24 Since Saturday’s earthquake, tens of thousands in Katmandu have slept outside, wary of aftershocks and the threat of collapsing buildings.
This news package was produced for DW Akademie and TVJ Nepal’s television reporting training held in Kathmandu from 17th August to 5th September, 2009. This report was prepared by Rajneesh Bhandari, Richa Ranjitkar and Dip Rayamajhi. Special thanks to Prateebha Tuladhar for voice over. Reporting on Television : Roll! Rolling! … By Rajneesh Bhandari Sound ready? […]
´Video journalist´ is a journalist who shoots, reports and edits his/her news stories using a laptop in the field or in the newsroom. And this solo journalism is called ´video journalism´. This method is comparatively cheaper than the conventional journalism in use, as video journalist will handle the work of cameraman, visual editor and producer. […]