The newly expanded Dealbook section of The New York Times, is adding several video elements to its offering in an effort to capture the "character-driven drama" of Wall Street, says Mac William Bishop, Video Producer, in this interview with Beet.TV
In addition to traditional three-camera shoots and voiced news packages, Bishop is producing a series of Dealbook Portraits -- interviews done in close-up without a correspondent seen.
Last week, The Times published a "portrait" of A.I.G. CEO Robert H. Benmosche.
In this segment, Bishop, a former video news producer with Reuters, explains his approach to financial video news reporting.
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