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Oculus Rift at the Samsung Blogger Lounge.
‘Experiential Journalism:’ How Virtual Reality Could Depict...
A small number of news organizations are testing out how virtual reality can bring the news to life through...
Computation + Journalism Symposium 2014
Live Blog: Computation + Journalism Symposium 2014
The two day conference convenes academics and practitioners from journalism, computer science and data science .
A still image of the 3D model of the archaeological site that was created from the 2,800 aerial photos captured by the drone-camera rig.  The blue squares (and captions) indicate the location (and filename) of individual photos captured during the flight.
Using Drones to Make 3D Models on...
The real creative frontier in drone journalism is in data journalism.
Do you trust robot reporters?
Robot Reporters or Human Journalists: Who Do...
Most readers consider machine-generated news to be as credible as what humans write, but journalists see automated news a...
The Computation + Journalism Symposium 2014
Where Journalism Meets Computer Science: Charting a...
Drones, bots, sensors and robot journalism are among the new methods being pioneered to tell stories. AJR presents summaries...
Assistant Professor of Interactive Media Steven King (right) critiques student Kate Weeks’ application during the Mobile App Design and Development Class at at UNC Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
The Big Conundrum: Should Journalists Learn Code?
A growing number of J-schools are pushing more deeply into teaching computer programming to aspiring reporters, but disagree over...
AJR Photo Illustration of Wolrd Cup 2014 coverage by Sarah Siguenza.
9 Jubilant, Haunting, Boozy, Soothsaying, Interactive, Teary-eyed...
Reliving the emotion of the World Cup 2014 through the most creative journalism out there. Added bonus: Nate...
ASCII portrait of Brian Krebs of KrebsonSecurity.org.
How a Reporter Broke the Target Security...
“Working with Brian was like a daily dose of paranoia. He would always do the scariest stuff,” a former...
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Waite: Drone Journalism Will be Common in...
Drone Journalism Lab creator discusses the ethics, legality and safety of drones for news gathering at the 2014 Journalism...
Steve Yelvington, vice president of audience at the Savannah Morning News, discusses news metrics at Journalism Interactive 2014 as Judd Slivka of the University of Missouri School of Journailsm looks on.
Savannah Morning News Reporters Get Bonuses for...
Steve Yelvington, vice president of audience at the Savannah Morning News, confirmed at the Journalism Interactive 2014 conference that...
Photo from Hannah Fairfield's slideshow on Data Visualization
Secrets from Snow Fall: Rough Sketches, Best...
How can journalists make their data sets beautiful? Experts convened at the 2014 Journalism Interactive Conference in College Park,...
Derek Willis, a New York Times developer involved with Times digital data venture The Upshot, spoke about “interviewing data” to a packed room this morning at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism on the second day of the Journalism Interactive 2014 conference.
Dealing With Data: Be Very, Very Skeptical
'Act on the assumption from the minute you look at data that there’s something wrong.' -- New York Times...
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