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October 06 2011

10:44

PHOTOS: Slideshow from news:rewired – connected journalism

Here are a few photographs from news:rewired – connected journalism, which is taking place at #newsrw at MSN HQ in London today.


Created with flickr slideshow.

May 02 2011

18:32

Tying a slideshow and a map together?

I have some geographically-tied data, and I'd like to be able to do a slideshow (text and/or images) with a map that highlights the current slide's location along side it. Anyone seen this sort of thing out in the wild? Any tips on how to make it happen? I've seen a lot of examples of maps and texts embedded in the map, but I'd like to have the map below the text/images.

November 14 2010

01:07

Veterans Day Slideshow…

Hmmmm…kind of a first for me. I’ve done video out the kazoo-erino and have shot stills, but below is my first real one day shoot and post it slideshow. Thanks to iPhoto’s templates I got it out, although I’m not happy with the extra wide strip photos at the end…looks like I have to delete or re-edit. But I’m leaving it up as is for now as a warning to myself and others…templates rock and suck. Use them but beware. I could have done this with Final Cut, but it would have taken hours…editing was a snap and less than an hour. The nats was gathered using a low-end Sony digital audio recorder.


August 26 2010

13:09

NetSquared Campfire Paris - Event Presentation

As we reported in the Camfire Paris event recap, the event in Paris was a huge success! Recently, the organizers put together a slideshow summarizing the event. This slideshow includes loads of resources from the day, including key stories, outcomes, and interesting findings:

read more

13:09

NetSquared Campfire Paris - Event Presentation

As we reported in the Camfire Paris event recap, the event in Paris was a huge success! Recently, the organizers put together a slideshow summarizing the event. This slideshow includes loads of resources from the day, including key stories, outcomes, and interesting findings:

read more

March 12 2010

16:08

Poynter: MSNBC narrative slideshow garners 78m page views

After researching the strange story of a very wealthy, elderly American heiress,  veteran MSNBC investigative reporter Bill Dedman decided to experiment with the presentation of his article. Rather than turn in a few thousand words of copy as usual, Dedman put together almost 50 photographs in a slideshow and accompanied them with captions.

The result, The Clarks: an American story of wealth, scandal and mystery, is not groundbreaking in its approach to storytelling, but the response to the story is a powerful testament to the power of visual reportage.

Dedman reported that he received 500 email from readers about the story, more than any other story he has written, and it has had around 78 million page views, more than any other story on MSNBC.com.

Poynter’s Steve Myers has an interview with Dedman on the story at this link…

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