Wednesday sentinel recap

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Wednesday sentinel recap

Photo courtesy of Justin Kasser

Photo courtesy of Justin Kasser

Photo courtesy of Justin Kasser

Photo courtesy of Justin Kasser

Justin Kasser, Staff Writer

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For the Sentinel group at Newsroom by the Bay, Wednesday was a non-stop working train… with a few Starbucks runs. With the goal in mind to be completely prepped for the San Francisco trip on Thursday, the morning was filled with more lessons to gain confidence in the technology presented. Sentinel planned to take the video skills with Eric, web skills with Michelle, and writing skills with Don, and put them to action on the streets of SF the next day. Practicing on street video interviews, as well as the way multimedia can make a story more intriguing than regular text, a typical story couldn’t have more variety!

After lunch, Sentinel reporters explained what they would be covering throughout the 14 hour field trip Thursday. While both Lily Friebel and Jasper Goodman will be reporting about the San Francisco Giants, others scheduled random man on the street interviews in the North Beach district to collect data on their topics. These topics ranged from unlicensed athletic merchandise and the progressing Warriors stadium being built within walking distance of AT&T Park. Rory Plewman is in the midst of a story defining sports, discussing whether it can be digitalized, such as the game League of Legends. Meanwhile, Daniela Gonzalez plans to take advantage of the USA World Cup soccer match Thursday in the civic center in San Francisco, learning about the adversities and bonds fans have relating to soccer.

For now, it is unaware if the day will go as planned for the seven Sentinel reporters, but as they look for great evidence and a solid story, the wild SF can only bring forthcoming excitement.

 

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