Digital Media stories by KDMC Fellows Filed Under Site launch
Fellows in KDMC training programs go on to produce media- and technology-rich stories at their home publications.
Scott Hatfield, October 2012
Portfolio site created with Wordpress showcasing audio, video, photo stories and interactive maps.
Aileen Gallagher, News21, September 2011
The KDMC Census Workshop provided valuable background for Syracuse University's 2011 News21 project, funded by the Carnegie-Knight Initiative. We analyzed data to find an American community that experience significant demographic change in the past decade. We sent eleven students to Eastern Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, an old white steel town on the way to becoming majority Hispanic. In addition to our own site, student were published in USA Today (print and online); TheAtlantic.com; and the Eastern Pennsylvania Business Journal.
Bob Rebach, The Record, February 2011
Town by town census data for the North Jersey coverage area of The Record
Maggie Messitt, Wisconsin Public Television, January 2011
EngageWisconsin is an online community engagement portal created by Wisconsin Public Television. Spearheaded by a 2010 KDMC Fellow, the site is focused on: 1) producing multimedia storytelling projects, promoting WPT and PBS documentaries & programming, 2) developing a platform through which WI residents can blog on program-related subjects, and 3) encourage viewer-created content. The site explores how to take viewers behind-the-scenes while also providing an interactive platform through which WI residents can share their stories, learn from one another, and discuss local issues. Ultimately, we see it as a place where Wisconsin residents and their diverse voices connect.
Ingrid Sturgis, Fully-Connected.com, October 2010
News Entrepreneurs Boot Camp fellow Ingrid Sturgis helped produce fully-connected.com, which "connects people from Atlanta to Accra through engaging journalism and social networking."
Eric Zassenhaus, Interactive Narratives, August 2010
A collection of some of the industry's best work can now be viewed at a site that recently re-launched. Interactive Narratives, sposored by the Online News Association, was set up to preset groundbreaking multimedia stories and interviews with some of the journalists pushing and playing with new forms and new media. The site will feature interviews and allow viewers to rate and comment on the work.