Big Stories, Baby Screens

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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Audiences have moved from paper to desktops to phones to tablets and are now closing in on wearables — for real. The debut of the Apple Watch creates a new paradigm for news organizations, which are trying to figure out how content fits into smaller, more intimate devices. Breaking news is one major-use case, but how do you get savvy audiences to glance at or tap your app? How do you tell complicated stories on a timepiece … or smaller?

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