• INFOGRAPHICS

    Posted on November 3rd, 2015

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    Scaling Everest

    Scaling Mt. Everest is a feat that words cannot appropriately capture. The hundreds who brave the expenses and extreme risks gather in Nepal before beginning their months-long trek up the world’s highest mountain. Richard Johnson, Bonnie Berkowitz and Lazaro Gamio of the Washington Post collaborated on an interactive information graphic that allows the user to […]

  • PHOTOJOURNALISM

    Posted on October 27th, 2015

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    Photos: Returning to Devestation

    After almost two years of conflict, a ceasefire between the Syrian government and rebel forces allowed locals to return to what remained of their homes in 2014. The decimated city of Homs was held by the rebel forces prior to the ceasefire. Yuri Kozyrev and TIME Middle East Bureau Chief Aryn Baker traveled to Syria […]

  • Featured

    Posted on October 27th, 2015

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    ONA 2017: Women’s Leadership Accelerator

      ONA’s 2017 Women’s Leadership Accelerator is a weeklong forum aimed squarely at developing strong leadership skills for women working in digital journalism. The Accelerator, to be held Feb. 5-10, 2017, at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, is open to 25 promising women leaders who are pushing innovation in […]

  • PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES

    Posted on October 15th, 2015

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    Rebekah Monson, VP/Product

     Rebekah Monson  VP/Product, The New Tropic You recently participated in the inaugural class of the ONA-Poynter Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media. Tell us about that experience It was transformative. When I saw the list of the women in our cohort — not to mention the faculty — I was floored. These women are […]

  • PACKAGES

    Posted on September 28th, 2015

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    The Geography of Poverty Multimedia Package

    MSNBC’s Geography of Poverty project is a highly visual multimedia package that examines poverty in the United States. As writer Trymaine Lee and photographer Matt Black traveled across the country, MSNBC’s director of photography Amy Pereira, graphics editor Mina Liu and data visualization editor Sam Petulla worked on static and interactive graphics to accompany the […]

  • DATA VISUALIZATION

    Posted on September 22nd, 2015

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    Data Visualization of Social Media

    In a recent study of Instagram photos called  “The Exceptional & The Everyday: 144 Hours in Kiev”,  Lev Manovich, a professor of computer science at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, and his research team organized 13,208 images shared by 6,165 Instagram users February 17-22 amidst the chaos of the Ukrainian Revolution in […]

  • AUDIO, VIDEO

    Posted on April 24th, 2015

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    This Week in Multimedia Journalism

    The Huffington Post has an article entitled, “Office Michael Slager Tells Dispatch ‘He Grabbed My Taser’ After Killing Walter Scott (AUDIO).” In this article, they provide the audio recording of Officer Slager’s call to dispatch about an event that resulted in the death of an unarmed man. They also provide video a bystander took of […]

  • DATA VISUALIZATION

    Posted on April 23rd, 2015

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    After Tournament Fun

    The Associated Press explained the NCAA tournament with an interactive data visualization wheel. Losing teams are shown in gray, and by clicking on different areas of the wheel the user can see the statistics for a particular game and the teams that played. Other options for the wheel include showing just the upsets, or showing […]

  • DATA VISUALIZATION, INFOGRAPHICS

    Posted on April 20th, 2015

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    Data for the Throne

    Image courtesy of The Washington Post

    The Washington Post got into the HBO show “Game of Thrones” with an impressively detailed and visually appealing illustrated guide to the 465 on-screen deaths that have occurred in the past four seasons. This is a wonderful example of data visualization combined with infographic. Each death is detailed with the who, how, why and where, […]

  • AUDIO, VIDEO

    Posted on April 16th, 2015

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    Data Sonification

    Data-Driven DJ made a song that corresponds to median household income of three boroughs the New York City Subway’s 2 Train goes through. “Two Trains: Sonification of Income Inequality on the NYC Subway,” shows how the subway is both chaotic and orderly, all through sounds, and the video uses two maps to show which parts […]

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