Multimedia

The Week in Multimedia – September 8th, 2016

Vox, Singapore’s The Straits Times, The Washington Post, and The New York Times round out our top picks in multimedia for this week. Vox – What Homer Simpson’s 100+ jobs tell us about America’s middle class The beauty of this article comes from its ability to

The Day in Images: 15 Years Since September 11th

Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the deadly terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001. The attacks and their aftermath have had a profound effect on our country politically and socially in the decade-and-a-half since. Yet, the fifteenth anniversary begins to mark a turning point, where a

The Video Generation

Video has the unique ability to draw out feelings we didn’t even know existed. On August 17th, the Aleppo Media Center posted a video of a bloody, ash-covered, and utterly frightened Syrian child after medical workers pulled him out of the rubble from an airstrike

The Beauty of this Baton Rouge Protest Photo is Clear, But is it Iconic?

Search “Baton Rouge protestor” and Ieshia Evans of Pennsylvania will appear. She stands tall with her knees locked, shoulders back, and dress fluttering around her ankles. Her body language is a stark contrast to the riot-gear clad Louisiana State Police officers approaching her. Their knees

The Week in Multimedia – August 29th, 2016

Editor’s Note: This article is the first in a weekly series documenting the best in multimedia journalism. While, in the future, we will recap the week prior, this article recaps the entire month of August. The multimedia world saw a lot of innovation in the month of August.