Minnesota bridge collapse and freed prisoners

Posted on November 28, 2007 
Filed Under Journalism, Multimedia

MultimediaShooter points out two multimedia packages that combines data with visuals, audio and text.

1. “Exonerated, Freed, and What Happened Then”
The New York Times interviews 137 prisoners of 200 exonerated by DNA evidence since 1989 and compiles a mix of very compelling audio interviews, stats and traditional narrative.

2. The Minneapolis Star Tribune’s 13 seconds in August package on the 35W bridge collapse is a “living document” with details on 76 of the 84 vehicles involved, their occupants and interviews with victims.


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