Tag: multimedia

by Reuben Stern

Reporting by Andrew Hébert and Daniel Shapiro. This week we check out some social apps for live-streaming video from smartphones, and we find out how interactive documentaries are moving journalism forward. PART 1: Mobile streaming apps Several social apps have made it easy to stream live video directly from smartphones while simultaneously interacting with viewers. We explore […] more »

by Andrew DeVigal

My origin story is a tale of constant change. The most recent transition, from running the multimedia desk at the New York Times to chairing the University of Oregon’s Agora Journalism Center, is filled with many life lessons. I often describe this transformation as one of perspective: focusing less on how audiences interact with content […] more »

by Sonia Paul

The Pulitzer Prizes, which were announced April 20 at Columbia Journalism School, are considered the highest honors in journalism. Given the industry’s financial crisis and the influx of online-only outlets into the news ecosystem, the fact that legacy news outlets — as opposed to digital outlets — won a large majority of the awards underscores the […] more »

by Sonia Paul

FEATURED TRAINING THREAD at Yale June 7-10, 2015 New Haven, Connecticut THREAD at Yale will gather storytellers from print, radio, and other media to learn from masters in the field and from each other.  “It’s time that storytellers had a gathering that respected the new reality, by disrespecting the old boundaries,” explains the director of THREAD at […] more »

by Jeremy Littau

By now, many have seen the news that Google halted sales and support for its wearable Glass device. The Glass Explorer program had been running for nearly two years before it was shut down in January, with the company insistent that this is not the end but rather the beginning of a transition to the next version […] more »

by Sarah Slobin

It’s always so simple in my head. When I signed up to teach Experimental Journalism at West Virginia University’s J-School last year, I had a clear vision of what I wanted to impart, a schedule of rockstar speakers from the industry and an ambitious plan to bring a touch of anarchy to a group of […] more »

by Mark E. Johnson

Remix is a segment of education content on MediaShift, featuring interesting and innovative journalism assignments, courses and curricula. Writers will detail their ideas and work and, where possible, provide links and materials, so other educators can adapt them in their own programs. If you’re interested in sharing your approaches to be remixed at other schools, […] more »

by Beatriz Wallace

Every time I move, I spend the first day or so sobbing and eating alone at greasy dives in my new town — unpacking, ignoring phone calls and making empty vows to myself. I will never move again. I will never break up again. I will never leave my friends again. I will buy a […] more »

by Susan Currie Sivek

Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series. Click here for part two. For many magazines, creating multimedia to complement their print editions used to be an awkward addition to their long-refined print publication process. But today, many magazines have at last redesigned their workflows to smoothly incorporate multimedia development. Multimedia for the […] more »

by Diane Alters

There was a time when some of us taught journalism classes in a single medium. In a print-based class, we taught writing. We read newspapers and books, and students reported and wrote and wrote. Today, as we all know, that’s not enough. So how do we introduce visuals into a print-based class? At a small […] more »