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Fortellerskolen med Tom French (NB: Egen billett!):
På forhånd anbefaler vi at du leser Angels & Demons.
Finding Story Ideas: Tips your editor won’t tell you med Lane DeGregory, Tampa Bay Times
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing, 2009
1) Talk to strangers
Be nosey, sit by the old woman on the swing, everyone has a story
2) Play hookie
Roam aimlessly, let someone else drive, ride the bus, look around
3) Read the walls
Check bulletin boards, buy bad papers, scour the classifieds
4) Sit the bench
Be a fly on the wall, eavesdrop at beauty parlors, eat lunch alone
5) Make freaky friends
Opposites attract, befriend photographers, use your friends and kids
6) Get a life
Eat dirt at the drag strip, join bowling leagues, go to festivals
7) Ignore important people
See who’s in their shadows, stakeholders, other ways in
8) Celebrate losers
Dreams don’t always come true, ask about failures, lessons learned
9) Wonder: Who would ever?
Here’s to you, Mr. golf ball picker-upper, Dirty Jobs, why you?
10) Hang out at bars (or coffee shops)
Check out different dives, try a martini, always come back to Cheers
GETTING THE GOODS
11) Give everyone your phone number
Keep in touch, don’t dis PR people, ask what else is going on
12) Be late
Old news is good news, it’s easier after the arrest, whatever happened to
13) Work holidays
Relish rituals, find faith, new traditions, those who can’t celebrate
14) Take stories no one else wants
Make people care, write for other sections, find a new way
15) Look for the bruise on the apple
Ask uncomfortable questions, celebrate conflict, sucks for them
CRACKING THE NUTS
16) Lie on the floor, climb on the cabinets
See stories from a new angle, seek new perspectives
17) Listen to the quiet
The sound of silence, what doesn’t happen, questions not answered
18) Go along for the ride
Invite yourself over, ask for photo albums, vacuum the scene
19) Take small bites
See a sliver of the big picture, shadows in the news, I can’t imagine
20) Don’t be afraid of yourself
Share your life, open up, tell stories, take risks, you are a character
Don’t be a snob. Don’t think you’ve heard them all before.
Try on new lenses and frames.
And remember, sometimes the best stories are in your own backyard.
Fem fot under med Bjørn Asle Nord og Steffen Øie:
Å fortelle om det aller vanskeligste med Helle Aarnes og Ingunn Røren:
Slik fangar du publikum med lyd med Kari Hesthamar, journalist og prosjektleiar for podcast i NRK:
Multimedia story-telling on the small screens with Olivia Crellin, BBC:
How to lift the under-reported stories and create meaningful social change with World Press Photo-winner Mary F. Calvert:
Fra dokumenthaug til fortellende journalistikk med Erlend Frafjord: