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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...
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,...
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Tweets From Sochi Document Yellow Tap Water,...
Journalists arriving in Sochi for the Winter Olympics have been tweeting a litany of complaints about living conditions, from...
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5 Video Trends to Watch in 2014
Last year was a big year for streaming video. From YouTube to Google Glass, this year will be even...
Ryan Gabrielson's project included "In Jennifer's Room," an animated story of a victim whose face they couldn't show and whose family member's voices they couldn't use. Credit: Video screenshot
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Using Animation in Journalism to Tell the...
"Jennifer" was a young woman who was sexually assaulted. The person who assaulted her was never caught, so her...
Two lead dogs starting the Iditarod in 2007
Loneliness, Life-Threatening Cold and the New Longform...
A Grantland writer followed the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska and collaborated with ESPN's design team to...
Guns and ammunition.
Chasing the Truth on Guns
Washington Post reporter David Fallis talks about the information battle behind getting data on guns: "The first thing you...
L. to R.: Warren Webster, Patch Media; Evan Ratliff, the Atavist; Burt Herman, Storify at the Journalism Interactive conference in College Park, Md.
‘Lots of Ways to Tell a Story’
Atavist co-founder Evan Ratliff talks about trends he's seeing in narrative storytelling as authors and publishers use Creativist, his...
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5 Great Christmas Longreads
Have some extra time this holiday to curl up with a good story? We pick five Christmas-themed stories that...
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The Age of iPhone Reporting: Q &...
Mobile journalism pioneer Neil Augenstein talks about evolving from using a 15-pound "bag-phone" to where he is today.
A man wears Google Glass to a movie premiere in Los Angeles.
Google Glass: A New Frontier for Journalism?
How will journalists use Google Glass? Early adopters say Glass works particularly well for first-person video storytelling, point-of-view shots...
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Breathing New Life into Old Stories
Longform’s curse is that you don’t have to read it now. And yet its beauty stems from the same...
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