For Kathleen Gramzay
Author: Smitherman Media & News
Researchers study the regenerative powers of the gila monster, and the Catalyst team talks with folks who could benefit from such virtues. Camera and audio credit
Arizona PBS science television show Catalyst started their second season with great stories on autism, wildlife migration corridors, acoustic ecology lab, and more. The story on wildlife migration corridors took our team down to the Mexican state of Sonora, just south of the US/Mexico border, to document a team of ASU researchers gathering data for
Sueanna Wilson is an only child, who birthed thirteen children – eight girls, five boys. Here’s a conversation with her about family, children, and other stuff.
Visual storytelling requires skills invisible to the viewer. So I’m learning. For instance, can you tell how many separate ‘shots’ this 39-second piece required (or how many treats my two actors received)? Before going to the Cronkite School, I wouldn’t even have ‘seen’ separate shots. I would have seen one long sequence. Snack-Time from Danny
Some stories tell better as animation and illustration. In this rainbow piece, a very very abstract topic gets colorful treatment.
Do you remember Tumnus’ home in Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, or the Beavers’ den? Have you sat inside a warm, well-kept and rug-ed log house on an overcast, snowy winter day? Have you read in a carpeted, quiet library with morning sun streaming onto your desk and your cup of tea or coffee?
The Phoenix Valley revealed some of its farming secrets to our three-member team of journalism students. We had to look closely, because the average farm in the valley has shrunk lots in the last several decades. Currently in Maricopa County, about 1,500 farms take up less than 10 acres per farm. The entire project covered