What a great use of a simple web tool to illustrate a story in a new and interesting way: The New York Times uses panoramic images from Google Maps Street View to show two locations in Joplin, Mo. before and after the devastation. Pan around either image to see how the scenes compares before and after. Check […]
CNBC.com has launched a new video player that has number of great features, including full transcripts that let you jump to and share exactly the part of the clip you are interested in.
Check out the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s State of the State: Pop-Up Edition, a pop-up video of Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon’s speech, with fact-checking, interesting trivia, the full text of the speech in searchable format, and more.
An interactive, multimedia look at the highlights of the past decade from ABCNews.com: click and drag the ball to see the events of each year.
Here is a great video overview of the University of Miami’s Knight Center for International Multimedia’s Workshop for Ethical Reporting on the Worlds Most Under-Reported Issues, which took place in Grahamstown, South Africa.
ABC News’ “Nightline” is launching “NightTline,” a new half-hour digital program hosted by the show’s anchors and correspondents during which viewers can debate the news of the day through Twitter. It will be available for viewing on the “Nightline” page at ABCNEWS.com. The first episode of “NightTline” will be broadcast today at 12:30 p.m. ET. […]
What’s it really like to be a new member of the world’s most powerful legislature? CNN.com will be telling the story of the Freshman Year in 2009 through videos and commentaries about two new U.S. representatives.
Very detailed interactive map shows presidential results by Congressional District.
Ever wonder what it would be like if the makers of MTV’s hit “The City” made a reality show about Obama’s first 100 days? Wonder no more, Newsweek.com has done it and will be coming back with new episodes online every Monday.