Evolving forms and the future of live coverage
Breaking news formats have evolved and so have reader devices and preferences. Both The New York Times and The Guardian — through its Mobile Innovation Lab — have broadened their breaking news formats and experimented with new forms. In this session, we’ll review our current story forms and discuss the pros and cons, then share lessons from early experiments from the future of live coverage.
Hamilton Boardman (@nytham) is a senior editor at The New York Times, currently serving as deputy Washington editor for digital. He has worked for nearly a decade on The Times's news desk as an editor on the digital home page and print front page and as a coordinator of live and breaking news coverage.
Alastair is a developer at the Guardian Mobile Innovation Lab, where he experiments in new forms of news coverage on both the web and in native apps. @_alastair
Tiff Fehr (@tiffehr) is an assistant editor on the Interactive Desk of The New York Times. She leads development on The Times' live coverage toolset and explores new ideas in breaking news storyforms with newsroom collaborators.
Tyler Fisher is working on an as-yet unannounced project with Temple University. Previously, he was a news apps developer at POLITICO and the NPR Visuals Team. @tylrfishr
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