In this much-needed examination of the principles of multimedia journalism, experienced journalists Richard Koci Hernandez and Jeremy Rue systemize and categorize the characteristics of the new, often experimental story forms that appear on today's digital news platforms. By identifying a classification of digital news packages, and introducing a new vocabulary for how content is packaged and presented, the authors give students and professionals alike a way to talk about and understand the importance of story design in an era of convergence storytelling. Online, all forms of media are on the table: audio, video, images, graphics, and text are available to journalists at any type of media company as components with which to tell a story. This book provides insider instruction on how to package and interweave the different media forms together into an effective narrative structure. Featuring interviews with some of the most exceptional storytellers and innovators of our time, including web and interactive producers at the New York Times, NPR, The Marshall Project, The Guardian, National Film Board of Canada, and the Verge, this exciting and timely new book analyzes examples of innovative stories that leverage technology in unexpected ways to create entirely new experiences online that both engage and inform.I63 If any single development in the evolution of the online package is responsible for this explosion of audio-driven photo narratives, itAls the creation of Soundslides, whose ... He used Flash version 4 to create his first multimedia package. ... Flash. Weiss recalled 10-hour days to create a simple 20-image audio slideshow.
|Title||:||The Principles of Multimedia Journalism|
|Author||:||Richard Hernandez, Jeremy Rue|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-06-26|