Using games to tell news stories forces journalists to think and work in radically different ways. But, these rich, non-linear narratives have the potential to push storytelling in new directions and engage audiences more deeply.
Pearson’s half-year results last week show that premium content and mobile platforms mean publishers can make money from digital and rely less on advertising.
There has been a spat about whether journalism still needs articles.
Editors need to experiment and be willing to fail if they are going reap the benefits of digital platforms
Paul Egglestone gives his insights into the use of games in journalism and the challenges of incorporating games into newsroom workflows
Journalism needs some new ideas. Here are five trends that could help shape how news is told in the future
Narrative is vital when using data as a storytelling device and the lack of a story can render the most elaborate data visualisation pointless.
There could only be another decade left in the Australian country show circuit. As financial pressures mount and people become time poor, communities are less able to support the agricultural events that roll through town each year.
Rwandan journalist Robert Mukombozi has been arrested, kidnapped and shot at. Explore his story.
Using a combination of text, sound, vision and interaction, your reader can have a richer and more rewarding experience.