Applications are now open for the 2020 Journalism 360 Challenge, seeking ideas to experiment with immersive storytelling techniques to advance the field of journalism. Winners will receive a share of … Read more.
We’re excited to feature a series of guides to producing immersive journalism, created by Journalism 360 ambassadors and thought leaders from the community with support from the John S. and … Read more.
Sam Stewart, who is consulting with the Online News Association as the program lead for Journalism 360, talks about the Immersive Film Festival at the ONA19 conference and trends in … Read more.
Immersive journalism is a rapidly developing field — which can be both exciting and intimidating to anyone trying to get involved. What tech do you invest in first, especially if … Read more.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Eleven projects led by creators from around the world that seek to help develop and expand best practices in immersive journalism, including virtual, augmented and mixed reality, … Read more.
Nearly 200 immersive storytelling experts and enthusiasts gathered in New York City on July 25 for the inaugural Journalism 360 Unconference, hosted at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. It’s … Read more.
Journalism 360 is pleased to curate an exhibit of immersive journalism projects at VR World in New York City. On view through August 31, 2018, the exhibit is a unique … Read more.
WASHINGTON, DC — The 2018 Journalism 360 Challenge is now open for applications, seeking ideas that help develop and expand best practices in immersive journalism, including narratives, ethics and production. … Read more.
Washington, D.C. — Journalism 360, a joint initiative of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Google News Initiative and the Online News Association, is excited to announce the … Read more.
ONA Alaska leader Kyle Hopkins has been experimenting with 360 cameras along with the KTUU newsroom in Anchorage. We asked him to tell us what they’re learning along the way and … Read more.
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