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Tag Archives: journalism
…At least for a while. That’s how I’ve decided I need to look at any trend in this industry. You never know when the tide is going to turn yet again. But the Knight Digital Media Center recognized the significance … Continue reading
Tracy Boyer, Innovative Interactivity‘s founder and managing editor, wrote a post earlier this week praising The Washington Post’s most recent data visualization on mapping history. Post cartographer Gene Thorp successfully mapped Civil War casualties using Google Map API and a … Continue reading
Engagement between a publication and a reader used to be a phone call, letter or face-to-face interaction about a story. Social media has taken reader engagement to a whole new level for media outlets, and now readers are getting involved … Continue reading
The only other elections I’ve “covered” was the 2008 National Election. At that point, I was still a student editor at my college newspaper, so I had assigned election stories to reporters. I was in the newsroom, getting numbers off … Continue reading