In the visual storytelling section I found that there are nine key elements to make journalists better and creating videos. Emotion is the first of the nine elements. Instead of a video filled with facts that become uninteresting after a short period of time embedding emotions provide storytellers with a broadened storyline. Visual appeal is the next on the list and it simply makes videos more interesting and entertaining for viewers. However visual appeal is not always obvious and can be found in the most unlikeliest of places. Action and movement follow visual appeal and are the motions and processes that are found in a video. Audio, events and moments, and characters follow and each contribute to uniqueness of one's video. The seventh of the list of nine is newsworthiness which refers to something noteworthy or unusual that is worth viewers attention. Settings and locations and Focus are the final steps of the list of nine and establish where the video is taking place and the central premise of the video respectively.