Level 5 TV students caught up with this up and coming band at this year’s SHUFEST. Three Professors, No Piano belted out a few indie classics from The Clash, The Housemartins and The Waterboys. See Profs Roger Eccleston, Chris Sammon and Wayne Cranton as you’ve never seen them before.
Praise from our external for these two pieces of level 6 TV work from Oli Constable and Shannon Cooke.
Second year TV students Jess Berry and Charlotte Brown were amongst the Sheffield Hallam journalists out and about in Sheffield as the Queen visited on Maundy Thursday.
The filmed crowds, police, dogs – and of course Her Majesty the Queen.
MA Sports Journalism student Emma Spragg produced this documentary in 2014. She won the postgraduate prize for the best project/dissertation in the faculty of ACES.
Emma’s film follows two synchro divers from Sheffield as they prepared for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games
More films from MA Sports Journalism’s Class of 2014: Iain Pearce produced preview packages for Sheffield’s Tour de France. Here’s a couple of them.
Work begins on new TV studio
August 29th: Work is well underway on our new television studio and gallery. The conversion of room 9206 into a studio and teaching space will be completed in time for the start of term.
TV students film the Sheffield Food Festival
A team of TV journalisms students have been filming packages to preview the Sheffield Food Festival for The Sheffield Star website. Kelly Crampton learned how to make Yorkshire Pudding batter at the Showroom Cafe. Lewis Ward found out how beer is made at Abbeydale Brewery. Emma Collicott tasted Russian food and Oriental ice cream at the Moor Market. Danielle Hayden got close to the animals at Green Estate and Moss Valley Fine Foods . The five video journalists filmed each other’s work which also can be seen on the Sheffield Food Festival website and the Sheffield Telegraph online.
MA Sports Journalism student Dave Granger’s work is featured on the Chesterfield FC Youtube channel as part of the club’s push for promotion. Dave has filmed pitchside for Chesterfield home and away all season, including a trip to Wembley for the final of the Johnstone’s Paint trophy.
MA Sports Journalism student Sal Saba produced this video for Sheffield Wednesday’s Youtube channel. The video was filmed by a team of students from the MA course. Sal’s final edit was selected to be uploaded to the channel. It features under 18 goalkeeper Joe Wildsmith who won an Apprentice of the Month award for his dedication to training and his studies.
Pictures filmed by MA Sports Journalism student Iain Pearce appeared on the BBC national news, Look North and the BBC website. Iain was filming the Sheffield Half Marathon when the event was cancelled due to a lack of water. BBC: Sheffield Half Marathon cancelled.
TV lecturers Graham Moorby and Katie Oscroft have been out and about with a camera – although not very far! They visited Mark Richardson at the Vinyl Record Store just along from Cantor building. Hard to film in such a confined space, but very colourful and good quotes from Mark who is passionate about vinyl.
Media student Kathryn Smiles graduated in 2013 with a first class degree.
She produced this documentary ‘The Rise of Real Ale’
Brendan Ingle opens the doors of his Sheffield gym to MA Sports Journalism graduate Jono Bate
Jono spent the summer talking to famous and not-so famous names in the boxing world to produce this documentary.
BBC presenter Emily Maitlis offers advice to would-be journalists and talks about how her schooldays in Sheffield helped prepare her for her job.
She spoke to Hallam’s Brad Lowe and Kathryn Smiles just before she stepped on to the City Hall stage to receive her honorary doctorate.
Here are two great documentaries produced by post graduate students in 2012.
“Rotherham United, Moving a Football Club”
MA Sports Journalism student Josh Power produced this documentary about Rotherham United’s move into the New York stadium.
“Surfing in Portugal”
MA Sports Journalism student Beatriz Baptista produced this documentary about surfing in Ericeira in her home country of Portugal.
..what you can see below is not quite as good, but this is what your lecturers do for fun in the summer…
Your TV tutors Graham Moorby and Katie Oscroft have been out and about filming with our NEW Canon XA10 cameras. We happened upon this story by looking out of our office window, heading out with the camera and setting up an interview.
Top tips from this remarkable piece of work: most of the shots are simple framed and static. No crazy zooming and panning. There is a point to the (beautifully presented) piece to camera. And the words compliment the pictures. Simple!