Three-minute talks delivered at the conclusion of the fellowship year.
Andrew Donohue makes a compelling case for a way of pursuing investigative stories in which journalists work with the community throughout the process.
Working with Stanford’s world-class virtual reality lab, documentary filmmaker Barbara E. Allen developed a prototype that lets users experience the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina from a New Orleans roof top.
Mary Aviles is creating a service that helps Hispanic audiences curate news in their own language.
Wilson Liévano is using a genre familiar to many — but not common in journalism — to give news organizations a way to provide audiences context for complex stories that is engaging and easy to understand.
NPR’s Eric Westervelt is working to bring high quality audio news story telling to mobile audiences.
Melissa Chan explains three steps all journalists should take to improve their digital security.
Nicaragua’s freedom of information laws are largely ignored and journalist Maria Lilly Delgado is setting out to change that.
David Sarno shows the power and potential of using video-game-inspired techniques to create three-dimensional news stories.
Through The Imole Project, Musikilu Mojeed wants to seed more investigative journalism in Nigeria.
Li Xiaoming explains his vision for documenting the changes in China through personal stories.
With Megaphone and NowAds, Kirk Caraway aims to help publishers provide local businesses a way to easily and quickly advertise across multiple platforms.
Latoya Peterson urges fellow journalists to bring interactive news into public spaces.
Marie-Catherine Beuth’s curation service, the News Concierge, delivers you the news you need, for the time you have.
Adriana Garcia explains OrbitaLAB, which she’s launched to help Brazilian journalists develop innovative and entrepreneurial mindsets.
Samaruddin Stewart explains how news organizations can protect themselves from publishing fake or altered photos, highlighting new digital forensic tools.
William McNulty says interactive maps of today are missing great potential and he wants to change that.
Nuno Vargas describes the collaborative tool he’s developing to enable newsrooms to quickly create stories that incorporate visuals, data and other elements.
Places Magazine is testing ways to support long-form journalism about complex topics.
With Global Media Rights Watch, Attila Mong works to bring journalists and free-press advocates around the world together to fight legal crackdowns
Mariam Semaan makes the case for creating immersive experiences to engage news audiences.
Teresa Bouza is on a campaign to get journalists to overcome their fear and embrace data-driven storytelling.