Multimedia StoryTelling

By the students of MCJ300 at The University of Southern Mississippi

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Abducted Girl Found Alive in Lauderdale

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A six year old girl who was abducted from the school library was dumped alive in Lauderdale County. Jashayla Markayia Hopson was abducted around 1 p.m. Tuesday by an adult female that was not authorized to check her out. Hopson was a student at East Kemper Elementary. An Amber Alert was issued Tuesday afternoon for Jashayla. A resident recognized her from the local news and call 911. This was another Amber Alert success.

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Written by Anthony P

May 2, 2013 at 12:22 am

Florida man called 911 80 times asking for burgers, weed and Kool-Aid

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A Florida man who called 911 about 80 times and requested that Kool-Aid, burgers and weed be delivered to him. 34-year-old Jarvis Sutton was arrested and held on a $150 bond. Sutton still remains in Pinellas County Jail.

Written by Anthony P

May 2, 2013 at 12:02 am

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Peter Chen’s ice harvest video from Tully, NY, offers example of multimedia storytelling

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Now that you have all finished your own ice harvest multimedia storytelling projects, I thought I’d give you a glimpse of what a professional did. This is a video by University of Southern Mississippi instructor Peter Chen (my husband) that he shot and edited while working for The Post-Standard newspaper in Syracuse, NY.

Take a look at his blog post and how it tells enough of the story to whet your appetite and fill in the blanks of the story, so it all makes sense. He also uses text in the blog post and the video to tell you that the event took place in Tully, near Syracuse, NY. Why might he have included “Syracuse,” rather than just say it took place in Tully?

Also, note the length. It is short, but not too short. Note the length of the video, as well. It’s just more than 2 minutes. That’s a lot of editing! Let’s talk about how he put it together and how it compares to what you did.

Written by bloggingmom67

May 1, 2013 at 5:35 pm

Ice Harvest

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Each year locals in Tulley harvest ice on a frozen lake to recall the tradition. The old tradition was used before there were refrigerators so people could keep items cold. In this video, a description of the harvest and how it is done are portrayed. The people of the town keep the tradition alive each and every year.

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May 1, 2013 at 4:53 pm

Tully Ice Harvest Festival

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The annual Ice Harvest Festival takes place in Tully, New York, which is around an hour south of Syracuse. The video is from the Festival in Feb. 2009. Gordon Howard is an volunteer. He is the person talking about ice harvesting in the video.
Howard explains the process of how ice is harvest and how it is stored. Howard also explains how to clear the snow, cut it into 18-inch square blocks and transporting the ice to the ice house.

Written by Anthony P

May 1, 2013 at 3:55 pm

Ice Harvesting

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Gordon Howard explains the process of ice harvesting on Green Lake during the Tully Ice Harvest Festival in Tully, New York.  The footage for this video was filmed in February 2009.

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May 1, 2013 at 3:50 pm

Tully Ice Harvest Festival

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This is a video portraying what goes into “ice harvesting.” Gordon Howard, a volunteer with the Tully Ice Harvest Festival in Tully, NY, explains what goes on at Green Lake, which was where this footage was shot. This was done in 2009.

Each year in Tully, people come together and harvest the ice, which means they basically cut it into squares and store it in an Ice House.

Farmers had their own ponds and had an ice house to help keep their milk cold and anything else that might need refrigeration, Howard said. This was very helpful back in the old days. When people started getting refrigerators, it became more commercial.

Written by Leah Lewis

May 1, 2013 at 2:24 pm