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Your Call Rebroadcast: How are journalists using the web as a platform for storytelling?

Oct 1, 2014

On the October 1st, 2014 edition of Your Call, we’ll rebroadcast a conversation with makers of Hollow, an interactive documentary that examines the future of rural America through the eyes and voices of those living in McDowell County, West Virginia.  Viewers can scroll through and click on photos, videos, and timelines to experience an in-depth portrait of this area and its people. What’s the power of technology to enhance news and storytelling? Join us on the next Your Call with me, Rose Aguilar and you.

Guests:

Elaine McMillion Sheldon, documentary storyteller, visual journalist, and producer of “Hollow,” an interactive web documentary that communicates the issues of rural America through the eyes, voices and ideas of Southern West Virginians

Jeff Soyk, media artist, and designer and architect on the interactive documentary “Hollow”

Carrie Ching, independent multimedia journalist and former senior producer of multimedia at the Center for Investigative Reporting

Resources: 

Hollow Documentary

Carrie Ching website

Jeff Soyk website

Elaine McMillion Sheldon website

PBS Mediashift: ’Hollow’: The Next Step For Social Documentary?

DocLab: Exploring documentary storytelling in the age of the interface

Al Jazeera Plus

Unknown Spring: An anthology project that bears witness to the ongoing recovery of Tohoku

Prison Valley: The Prison Industry

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

The Verge: Google’s Night Walk gives you an immersive audio-guided tour of Marseille

Vice: The 6 Most Innovative Interactive Web Documentaries

Submarine Channel: Top 5: Interactive Documentaries at RIDM and IDFA DocLab

Canada National Film Board: Highrise

Canada National Film Board: Bear 71

Canada National Film Board: Welcome to Pine Point

Annie Leonard: The Story of Stuff