Live Seminar Next Week: The iPhone Revolution - are cameras dead?

Posted February 15, 2017
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We’ve been running VJ Bootcamps using only iPhones all over Europe for the past three weeks. 

We are coming back to New York and we are going to be looking at the impact of iPhone video on the world of journalism and broadcasting as well as online.

There’s more here than a phone… and more than just a place to look at Facebook and Instagram.

 


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