WASHINGTON, DC — The New York Times is providing reporters with the Apple iPhone 4 to record and upload videos via an Aspera App to the paper’s server. One of the first staffers to use the device was Andrew Ross Sorkin who used it for his Davos coverage.
In this interview with Beet.TV, Ann Derry, Editorial Director for Video and Television, characterises the Apple phone as a “game changer” for the paper’s video news gathering operations.
She also spoke about the paper’s efforts in covering the crisis in Egypt and that the paper’s videos have been prominently position on the Times home page. She speaks about Times video journalist Stephen Farrell. Here is one of his reports: Cairo: After Curfew. Times staffers are filing from Egypt using satellite phones, she explains.
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