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The growth of virtual reality in journalism

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Events

Listen to editors from The Associated Press and RYOT News speak about the benefits virtual reality provides to viewers and the 360-degree experience the two organizations made about a migrant camp in northern France.

When journalism meets Silicon Valley

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Industry Trends

We talked with executives from media and technology companies to explain the developing relationship between the two industries, which was also a source of discussion at a recent conference at Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism.

How we made our first hard-news VR film

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What's New

A former AP video journalist provides a behind-the-scenes perspective of “Seeking Home” and discusses the strategy behind the virtual reality experience.

Columbia University: Studies reveal extent of UGC growth

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Industry Trends

Researchers at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University share their findings and analysis of new studies looking at how eyewitnesses, media organizations and audiences produce and consume user-generated content.

How to grow a successful media startup in 2015

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Industry Trends

The co-founder of Stringr talks with us about her new company’s success and the role it plays in a changing industry.

A new dimension of storytelling

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Industry Trends

​Virtual reality provides a 360-degree view of the story and breaks both physical and economic barriers, says AP’s manager of strategy and corporate development.

How can news organizations collaborate across borders?

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Industry Trends

In this guest post from Harvard’s Shorenstein Center and Journalist’s Resource, we discuss how to structure global news collaborations, as well as a bonus tip for reporters on how to interpret polls.