The Week in Multimedia – February 6, 2017

The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Los Angeles Times round out our top picks for this week.

The Atlantic – Americans at Work: Returning Veterans

By: ALAN TAYLOR AND EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN

This photo essay from The Atlantic depicts the lives of veterans as they return to life as civilians in New York. The photos show everything from their experience as college students to their rehabilitation processes. The photos are beautiful and each person’s story is entirely understood through pictures.

The Washington Post – An illustrated history of the Super Bowl Halftime Show

By Bonnie Berkowitz and Lazaro Gamio

The Washington Post takes us through the Super Bowl Halftime performances of past and present. Beginning with the first Super Bowls and their simplistic marching bands up to present day performances from the likes of The Boss and Queen Bey.

The New York Times – Get ‘Bad and Boujee’ Onstage With Migos

By JOSHUA THOMAS and MAUREEN TOWEY

Although the video itself is not the best 360 video to come from the Times, the concept of filming an album release party is quite brilliant. The short video allows you to experience the ambiance, as well as the experience off and on the stage.

The Los Angeles Times – What border walls look like around the world

By: Lorena Iñiguez Elebee

The LA Times has created some amazing graphics lately, and this is no exception. Though simple, the graphics capture the detail, size, and eeriness of border walls from around the globe.

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