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Resource ID: #1190
Subject: 319
Source: 2702Darla Cameron, Sarah Frostenson, Maureen Linke, Stuart Thompson, Tom Cardoso
Affiliation: The Washington Post; Vox; the Associated Press; The Wall Street Journal; The Globe and Mail
Date: 2017

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We've all heard of longform journalism — it's been the model for visual storytelling ever since “Snowfall” came out in 2012. Recently, our newsrooms have been producing more and more "middleform" — spending a week or two on visual and graphic stories instead of a month or more. We'll give some examples of recent middleform work, talk about the challenges of this kind of storytelling, and talk about where we see the format going in the next few years.

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