Chris Jordan — who I had a cup of coffee with today while I forgot to eat lunch — talks with Richard about being a multimedia shooter.
Good story, but other than the Ken Burns effect, why not use Soundslides for this and serve a wider audience with Flash?
Mindy adds to the running list of new Journalism Heroes. There are only two or three people on this list I’ve heard of before, so I’m psyched to check out some work from the others.
Guardian tech reporter Bobbie Johnson on learning to work with multimedia, on the fly, at CES and MacWorld.
One of Gannett’s information center beta sites in Fort Myers, FL.
Lots and lots of video and multimedia to check out here.
Photojournalism discussion thread about the Kurdistan project auctioned off to MSNBC.
“Your audience has the ability to jump to a more interesting story in an instant. So you must provide real choices in your story package. Let the users decide and explore. Give up control.”
The beginnings of the basics – when to use each medium for what.
I missed this somewhere along the line last month, but SFSU prof. Andrew DeVigal got tapped to head up the New York Times multimedia department. Wow. Congrats.