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Resource ID: #1617
Subject: 537
Source: Ranjani Chakraborty, Blake Nelson and Hilke SchellmannRanjani Chakraborty, Blake Nelson and Hilke Schellmann
Affiliation: Vox Media, NJ Advance Media and The Wall Street JournalVox Media, NJ Advance Media and The Wall Street Journal
Date: 1905-07-11



Got court transcripts of a particular riveting moment during a trial? Need readers to understand a wonky concept that’s hard to explain in writing? This panel will show you new ways animation and illustrations can bring important moments of your investigation that happened behind closed doors or inside a computer to life.

You will learn how investigative journalists and animators have used illustrations of courtrooms, nursing homes, and prison cells to “re-create” and animate crucial moments in an investigation that no one had access to. We will share how animation works and what best practices producers have developed in their newsrooms, whether or not they had access to fancy software. We will also tackle ethical pitfalls that investigative journalists have faced using animations and cover how to get started producing your own explainer video a la Vox.

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