Angi Bruss and Kyle Roberts shot this video in preparation of this week’s Big 12 basketball tournaments.
The Sooners held their version of Pro day on Tuesday in Norman. Kyle Roberts shot the morning event as Sooner players sprinted, jumped and tried their best to impress NFL scouts. Read more by clicking on sports on NewsOK.com.
Kyle did a nice job with this piece. Shooting for more cinematic than ESPN, the video does a great job with its closeups as the players cut back, with effects in the transitions and editing with the music. It’s stuff you notice but don’t notice until it’s not there.
Many emails requested more live driving this morning. But we know OKC is a grown up city. It’s even a big league city as Mayor Mick might say. So we left the driving to the every day road warriors.
Our crews were also around OKC at various assignments:
Of course, Damon Fontenot will file two videos from the Ford Center later tonight. Or possibly early in the morning, sometimes those deals run long. Press conference and the Jackie Cooper BMW Post Game Show with The Oklahoman (longest title for a current NewsOK segment) will be posted following the final buzzer. Thunder and Grizz, tips at 7.
Ready for some more football? Ready to relive Sam Bradford’s highlights?
Kyle Roberts has put together a great Sam Bradford highlight reel using the excellent footage from NewsOK.tv’s Damon Fontenot and Tim Money.
Kyle used Final Cut Pro to edit the videos. The footage was uploaded during the season to Final Cut Server. Kyle pulled it down and used effects he had previously created and used in other videos. Our music is licensed through DeWolfe.
Best Buy had about 300 people waiting for the 5 am open today at Memorial Road in NW OKC for some Black Friday shopping. Kyle Roberts shot video at Best Buy, Quail Springs Mall and Penn Square Mall this morning. I think he’s ready to go home now. He said one family arrived at the Best Buy on Wednesday evening and made a fun Thanksgiving out of the wait. The family that camps and shops together…
Angi, Kyle and I rolled out to the Cox Convention Center this morning for the 2008 OKC Summer Classic Dog Show. More than 130 different breeds – in fact, more than 8,000 dogs – are competing this weekend in various categories.
We spoke with Wendy Musgrove and various owners, trainers and handlers about the show and the dogs. All were very helpful and passionate about their animals and the show.
Tickets are $7 for adults, $3 for children and the show goes on through Sunday.