Posts tagged journalism
Making the News: Digital Creativity Support for Journalists

Authors: Maiden, N; Zachos, K, Brown, A; Brock, G; Nyre, L; Tonheim, A.; Apostolou, D; Evans, J.

This paper reports the design and first evaluations of new digital support for journalists to discover and examine crea-tive angles on news stories under development. The support integrated creative news search algorithms, interactive crea-tive sparks and reusable concept cards into one daily work tool of journalists.

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Virtual Reality Prototyping in Journalism: How to Best Collaborate With Agile Methods

In the Virjox projects, journalism scholars, human-computer interaction and computer scientists and media company developers innovate together to figure out how to create the best immersive journalism and other media products. Turo Uskali, Heli Väätäjä and Esa Sirkkunen offer insights into the project.

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Drone Journalism: How to Use Remotely Piloted Camera Drones For Journalism

A report by Epp Lauk, Turo Uskali, and Heikki Kuutti that describes and analyzes the results of the research project called “DroneJournalism: Utilizing Remotely Piloted Aircrafts (RPA) in Journalistic Purposes”. It is a project that seeks to clarify problems and possibilities of utilizing camera drones for journalistic purposes. In Finnish language.

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The Changing Ecology of Tools for Live News Reporting

Journal article by Frode Guribye iand Lars Nyre. This study explores new video tools for television news, and the tinkering that reporting teams need to do to adapt to such tools.They conduct interviews with six journalists and photographers at Norwegian broadcaster TV 2 to explore live news reporting.

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