Concerns Of A Journalist – Remote World Press Centerers can ask questions during a live broadcast. How to do that?

Remote World Press Centerers can ask questions during a live broadcast. How to do that?

There are 2 cases, but the World Press Centerer who will broadcast the event should ideally be equipped with a smartphone and a tablet both connected to the internet (3G or 4G). If he owns just a smartphone, he can simply transmit the event passively, allowing remote journalists to follow the event for their information and even buy the video if they need it for their article. This is the basis of the World Press Center concept: the sharing of raw information.

If on the other hand, you have a tablet connected in parallel to your smartphone, you will inform your colleagues accordingly when planning the event you are going to cover, stating that you have the ability to receive their questions during the live broadcast and that you will try to ask them on their behalf during the event.

It is obvious that the remote World Press Centerer will be all the more inclined to buy your video if his/her name and if eventually that of his/her media, are indeed mentioned in the video …

Secondly, you have the ability to offer your colleagues “exclusive interviews” off-air. That is, you will undertake these after the event. Your colleagues then have the opportunity to send you their questions that you will have — or not — the opportunity to ask after the fact. European Press Agency bills the interviews by question. They are prepaid when ordering and debited when European Press Agency confirms that the video is sent to the ordering entity by simultaneously sending it its paid invoice and crediting your account with the 70% that is owed to you. Indeed, one can assume that you will not necessarily have time to ask 50 questions if requested to do so. Therefore, only “delivered” questions are actually paid.