The video's audio is full of natural sound. Natural sound if used correctly adds to the audio and provides context clues. In this particular video the audio and natural sound work against each other to create wind fighting over the man's voice.The audio is not clean and it sounds unprofessional. The visuals in the video are very blurry. It leaves me to wonder if it was shot on a phone and not a professional video camera. Reporting using mobile devices can be very useful, but in this case it makes the Herald seem unprofessional and not prepared to conduct this interview. The placement of the video also leads the viewer to believe that it is not breaking news in Miami.
This video was buried under all the other content on the websites main page. The video coverage from the newspaper is not even in competition with the other publications because of how poor the content and quality is. The video gallery presence is slim. Some of the videos are from citizen journalists who are shooting video footage on the scene and that's it. There is no reporting or interviewing. When there is reporting or interviewing it is lack luster.