1. Live Blogging
– Offers real-time updates that are posted during and in response to a particular event.
-On a live blog, the blogger posts brief updates that contain observations or opinions that give readers a feel for the atmosphere or response to an event.
-Best used for events that people want to follow as it happens or to get insight and perspective from someone who is there and knowledgeable about the subject. Examples include sporting events, political debates, tech product releases — anything that people want to keep up with as it’s happening.
-Combines visuals and audio.
-Captures action, emotion or opinion. Also helpful for tutorials.
-Best used for stories where audience wants to see and hear something happening. Examples including sporting events, people expressing opinions, or instruction.
-Used for stories centered around geography or sense of place. Maps often combine data from more than one source into a single integrated tool. Allows viewer to compare information from one geographic area to the next. Examples include maps of murders, forest fires, weather, or demographics.
4. Infographic made with charts and graphs
-Useful for stories with data, statistics or complex information.
-Data-heavy information can bog down a narrative or slow the pacing of a story. That data might be edited out to streamline a story or put into a table for readers to browse.
-Graphics can help you highlight important information from a database in a way much easier to understand than a text-only presentation. Examples include any story with a lot of complex information that can be better understood with graphs and charts.
5. I was looking for some concrete takeaway that you could apply to your own work. And why that was important.