They give real-life examples of how to reassess and course correct when the story you thought you were covering turns out to be something else entirely. They also share how being intentional with imagery helps to tell a compelling story.
This episode examines the importance of research and planning, ensuring the story has a beginning, a middle and an end and understanding the focus from the outset.
Bowler and Gilligan explain how poor audio quality can ruin what could be an impactful story and address a few common storytelling mistakes, such as turning the extraordinary into the ordinary by over-using techniques.
A podcast version of this DINFOS Live episode is available on your favorite podcasting app or on DVIDS.