Experimenting with online video – London TUC Protest

On Saturday 26th March 2011 half a million people descended on the streets of London to take part in the march organised by the Trade Union Congress. Whilst they came for different reasons, protestors were united in their message to the coalition government – stop the cuts.

As an aspiring video blogger, I thought I’d head down to the march and take some footage. It shows that with a basic camera phone and the use of an editing programme – which you can download for free online using Jay Cut – you can produce a video perfectly acceptable for online blogging or citizen journalism. I uploaded it to my YouTube Channel

Check it out below – feel free to leave any comments!

Natasha Malcolm-Brown

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One Comment on “Experimenting with online video – London TUC Protest”

  1. Juaníto says:

    Great report Miss Malcolm-Brown! Could see that on national television, especially that opening line – brilliant!


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