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Por TlIn2QrnrB
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Hace 4 años

Purposely I did not read the thumbnail innotductiors before viewing all four of the MCDM community-centric stories above. This way I was able to judge which one or two did the best job of telling the story.I believe Laura's passion for teaching and performing music was the most beautifully told story of the four, followed closely by Merlin's determination to motivate her community to UnDrive. Both women's smiles betray an absolute love for the lives they are touching and the communities they are benefiting.But community-centric storytelling isn't a competition; it's what Scott Macklin correctly calls an exercise in telling a story WITH not just ABOUT one or more persons. Scott's driving question about whose interests are being served? is most insightful and eye-opening for me.My first story for a TV sports show in Cleveland was about a high school synchronized skating team. I was more nervous than a head of lettuce at a rabbit convention, and all I could think about was not screwing up the story.How would I sound? Where would I do my stand-up? Ah yes, I would stand right here in the center of this circle of gals and steal the show. Perfect for television, but not the essence of storytelling in its purest form.By the way, my next stand-up was nearly my last as I almost got hit by a passing train standing along railroad tracks to crystallize the intensity of two crosstown basketball rivals. Can't wait for Scott's and Hanson's MCDM course on storytelling production safety tips, I guess.


Por D3vKkXeRwlod
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Hace 4 años

Hi Gwyn! Thanks for your wonderful <a href="http://xblojvf.com">ponstigs</a>. I've tried several times to view Scott's video however, the link doesn't seem to work. I wonder if anyone else is having trouble. I tune into Weekend Edition every chance I get.. Thanks again!


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