As the European Union was announcing plans to spend billions of euros to contain climate change, massive clouds gathered over Central Europe to unleash an unprecedented storm that left death and destruction in its wake. Multimedia journalists Lucy Hough, Luke Hanrahan and Jack Parrock will walk us through what it was like shooting, editing and reporting on this devastating weather event in July.
Journalists are essential, front-line workers, who put their health on the line with every story. Join us in this episode to hear from journalists who’ve experienced this disease first-hand.
latakoo Community S1 E4: Times Are Tough. How Journalists Are Reducing Stress and Staying Mentally Strong.
Working in a newsroom has always been a stressful job, but with the 24-7 news cycle on-air and online — it can feel impossible to take a few seconds to breathe. In episode 4 of our latakoo Community series, our co-founders Jade Kurian and Paul Adrian will chat with two women on a mission to help their fellow journalists become happier and healthier.
With international fans and families unable to attend the Olympics in Tokyo due to COVID-19, journalists covering the action and storylines are more vital than ever. Reporters Aaron Nolan, Lex Gray and latakoo’s Erin Cargile walk us through their long and exciting days at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Get a chance to learn how great stories are put together. In this inaugural episode, we hear about the historic, first, wall-to-wall HD coverage of Hurricane Katrina and the challenges faced by journalists Will Wright, Dave Barker and latakoo co-founder Jade Kurian.