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Living Galapagos

Carolina Photojournalism and Multimedia

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Produced by: Pat Davison, exec producer and multimedia coach, Jason Arthurs, multimedia coach, David Stephenson, multimedia coach, Pailin Wedel, multimedia coach, Scott Horner, design coach, Donald Desloge, programming coach. All content, 21 UNC students.

For all of the attention that Charles Darwin brought to the Galápagos Islands, most people know surprisingly little about them. Since Darwin’s birth 200 years ago, the people of Galápagos - both residents and tourists - have fundamentally changed the natural habitat of the formerly pristine archipelago. This multimedia project is the first of its kind to explore issues like illegal immigration, illegal fishing, invasive species and more through video, photos, panos, timelapse, and infographics. More…


Times of Crisis

Reuters

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Produced by: Jassim Ahmad, Ayperi Ecer, Tim Klimowicz, Bob Sacha, Brian Storm

On September 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers became the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history, its collapse paralysing the global financial system. Spanning 365 days of upheaval, we see how lives everywhere have changed as a divergent world embarks on a new era of historic uncertainty. More…


Revisiting the South Bronx, 35 Millimeters at a Time

The New York Times

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Produced by: David Gonzalez, Alexis Mainland, Meaghan Looram

Thirty years ago, a Bronx native returned home and photographed the ruins of his borough. As he revisits his pictures, he sees much more than the notorious rubble. More…


Nación Ranquel

Clarin

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Produced by: Producción, realización y guión: Alejandro Goldschtein Casariego y Rodrigo Lacunza Dirección multimedia: Javier Elliot Desarrollo y diseño flash: Gastón Santana y Natalia Zaragoci Edición multimedia: Damián Courteaux y Matías Rossi Gráfica anim

Multimedia Clarin.com Team traveled to St. Louis to see the project proposes to restore peoples territories. More…


An Ancient Society Faces New Change in Brazil

The New York Times

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Produced by: Damon Winter, Jeffery DelViscio, Judy Tong, Maggie Fazeli Fard

As climate change reaches deep in the Amazon, the Kamayura indians struggle to adjust. More…


An Appeal to the Divine

Stockton Record

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Produced by: Scott Smith, Michael McCollum, Tara Cuslidge and Kirk Barron

For some California inmates, religion offers an alternative to the path that led them to prison. They fill chapel pews to pray and sing with chaplains as their guides, or they quietly pore over scripture alone in their cells. They’re Protestants, Catholics, Muslims, Jews, Native Americans, Buddhists, Wiccans and Druids to name a few of the 160 faiths California prisoners practice. More…


L'Oeil du Viseur ('Behind the viewfinder')

Espritblog.com

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Produced by: Jean Abbiateci, Fabrice Gontier

L'oeil Du Viseur ('Behind the viewfinder') is a french web-documentary about photojournalism. Each day during a month, a photographer speaks about one of this pictures he like. Because behind the bytes of a jpg file, there are always encounters between photographer and his characters. More…


Waiting Topless

The Sunday Best

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Produced by: Natalie Conn, Peter Smith, Briget Ganske

When the Grand View Topless Coffee shop in Vassalboro opened in February 2009, Lisa Beaudreau and Star Cunningham both found jobs there. "Yes, I am a topless waitress, but I'm just a regular normal person in society," Cunningham says. "I honestly don't think in this economy right that there is a job out there that would pay roughly the same." In June, the shop burned down in a suspected arson and reopened in tent‎. More…


All Eyes

St. Petersburg Times

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Produced by: The St. Petersburg Times staff

A picture-window on the world, with images and/or videos added every day in a big, beautiful format. Learn the stories "Behind The Lens" of our award-winning staff photographers. "The Your Lens" section features great work from both amateurs and pros in Tampa Bay. "All Eyes" is also the new home of "World in a Snap," presenting the best photojournalism from around the globe. More…


Colombia's Indians Displaced

The New York Times

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Produced by: Moises Saman, Nancy Donaldson, Simon Romero

Indigenous groups have been displaced by armed men seeking control of regions coveted in the drug trade. More…