IJF19: Can art save journalism?


A panel about innovation in video storytelling

Visual storytelling offers immense possibilities for audiences to engage with and experience the stories journalists report on. As demand for this kind of content expands, so does the number of tools that are available to reach viewers. Video, interactive websites, apps, virtual reality, augmented reality, installation work: there has never been a better time for visual journalism. How can journalism lead in the format of visual storytelling? 

A panel at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia organised in association with Coda Story. Panellists:

  • Thomas Burns (creative director Coda Story)
  • Claudia Milne (senior editor video ProPublica)
  • Andrew North (freelance journalist)
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