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ShotNo. | Visual(Mention who, where and what is happening) | Dialogue or Voice Over | Sound Effects or Music | Written Text | Shot Type | Shot Length | 1 | News introduction | “Tonight on _____ we will be looking at the new media, Citizen jounralism and how it’s effecting the world of media today” | News theme song | Channel titleCitizen journalism | | | 2 | Samuel walks through the library in between the bookshelfs | “good evening welcome to ____ I am Timothy Buttons and tonight we will be viewing citizen journalism and how it is affecting the world of media today.” | | | | | 3 | samuel walks through the library between the bookshelfs eventually making his way to his seat which is infront of a green screen. | “citizen journalism is a new media which allows every day people to join in on the media industry and take control by recording and documenting information themselves and sharing it with the rest of the world via social media. Or local news stations” | | | | | 4 | Footage of Haiti earthquake and the 9/11 diaster. | “ World news such as the Haiti Earthquake and the 9/11disaster were first reported by citizen journalist who witnessed the chaos first hand.” | | | | | 5 | Image of a haiti article | “ images and information used in this article were captured and recorded by ciitzen journalist…..” | | | | | 6 | Samuel sits on chair | “oh yeon-ho, is the creator and founder of, ‘OhMyNews.’ Yeon-ho designed this website to allow others to source their own information and … | | | | | 7 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 7 | Images of the, ‘Oh my news’ website are displayed on screen, with statisitics of how many users etc. | - Oh Yeon-Ho…...

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