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La Vanguardia Digital

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Produced by: Design producer: Dolors Pou. Information: Eva Tarr

Breaking News Multimedia on foods with text, audio and images. More…


Pojken och hagelbossan (The Boy & The Shotgun)

Södertörn University College

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Produced by: Johan Taubert, Tobias Nilsson

This is the true story about Anders from his childhood to the day he shot his girlfriend. And about what happend later (in Swedish). More…


Life at the End of the Road

U. de los Andes - UNC

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This is a multimedia web page built by students and professors at the Schools of Journalism at Universidad de los Andes (Santiago-Chile) and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chilean Patagonia. It shows human stories with digital photos, images and sounds of patagonian people that illustrate the reality of that zone of Chile. It was an academic project which took 8 months to develop. If you want more information, please contact professor Francisco Zegers (jfzegers@uandes.cl). More…


Waterfront Renaissance

The Herald

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The Herald's Waterfront Renaissance Project is a multimedia endeavor to stimulate community involvement in the future redevelopment of four major pieces of public property along Possession Sound and the Snohomish River. Don't miss the clickable map on the Internet: A first-of-its-kind interactive mapping program has been developed by Smashing Ideas, Inc. of Seattle for the Project. Accessed over the Internet through HeraldNet.com, users will be able to conduct a simulated development of four individual waterfront areas. More…


Touching Hearts

Herald Sun

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Produced by: Joe Weiss

Join a medical mission team as they travel to Nicaragua to perform life-saving surgery. Winner of the 2001 Online Journalism Award for Creative Use of the Medium. More…


Iraq War : Multimedia Console

BBC

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BBC's multimedia coverage of the war in Iraq. It enables you to look back at the key moments, material from the build up to the conflict and analysis of some of the key issues surrounding the war. More…


So Close To Home

University of Florida - Gainesville

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Produced by: University of Florida School of Journalism

Hundreds of homeless people live in Gainesville, a college town in north central Florida with a population of almost 100,000. How do they survive? Where do they sleep? What happens when they need medical care? In the spring of 2003, a class of eight undergraduate journalism students at the University of Florida undertook a reporting project about homelessness in the local community. They had six weeks to research, report, write, edit, and produce a Flash presentation for the Web. Professor Mindy McAdams. More…


Mummy Bundles of Puruchuco

National Geographic

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Produced by: NeonSky, Kuri Yasuno, Neil Stormer

A documentary about the excavations at Puruchuco, an Inca cemetery beneath the modern town of Tupac Amaru, Peru. And then look through the layers of the "Cotton King" mummy bundle and learn about the artifacts - and the two mummies - found inside. More…


Alaska: The Great Land

National Geographic

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Produced by: Terra Incognita

This site takes visitors on guided tour of the largest, and most remote of the United States. Following four primary themes - land, wildlife, history and people - the site brings Alaskan culture to life with photos, audio, video and animation. More…


Becoming Human

Institute of Human Origins

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Produced by: Terra Incognita

Follow your guide through time and space as you visit a paleontological dig, meet leading scientists, visit sites of early art, and piece together a hominid skeleton. More…