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Quickly Create Slideshows and Galleries: A guide to working with YouTube

Recorded on June 26, 2015

Having knowledge of how to quickly upload photos to the ever-growing list of platforms you use as a journalist is an extremely valuable skill. In this session, we will take a look at the features of YouTube.

During this program, you will learn how to:

  • Use YouTube for more than just video.
  • Quickly upload photos and galleries to your paper’s YouTube channel.
  • Create engaging slideshows and galleries.

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Meet the Presenter … Jaci Smith

Jaci Smith, managing editor of the Faribault Daily News, is the project leader for Adams Publishing Group of Southern Minnesota’s 2014-2015 institutional fellowship at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. Her goal through the fellowship is to create a native advertising model that can be implemented easily and successfully by smaller community papers.

Smith also developed the Digital Ninja School, a series of 17 classes designed to take reporters and editors through beginning, intermediate and advanced social media usage sessions. As a former reporter, copy editor, designer, city editor and now managing editor, Smith has supervised reporters who went on to work at news operations across the country including the Wall Street Journal, Thunderdome at Digital First and the Minneapolis Star Tribune.