The coronavirus pandemic has newsrooms across the country and the world scrambling to deliver vital information to their audiences. Newscasts and publications have taken on new value at a time where the public is intently tuned in to each breaking story about the disease.
But newsroom drone pilots may feel a little left out of the action as this story has put people indoors, carrying the story there with them. One silver lining is there are now great opportunities to get drone pictures and footage in areas that were previously hard to capture in a busier world. The ideas below can spark a story now or put footage into the archives for use when you need it later. As always, consult federal, state and local drone regulations before flying in any of these places to be sure you are doing it lawfully and entirely by the book.
Read the full article from Reynolds Journalism Institute: 7 hard-to-get drone visuals you can get during the COVID-19 pandemic