Friday, September 15, 2006

How interactivity and multimedia can help the new

Poynter has a good list of how interactivity helped media cover 9/11 this year.
MSNBC's "9/11: Five Years Later" displays an interactive section of audio personal narratives and a feature on the controversial ABC docudrama.
CNN sought for user-response in compiling "America Remembers: The Faces of September 11." This site tells some of the personal stories, documenting "the actions, reactions and perspectives" of 10 people connected with the attacks in various ways. Included in this list is Tom Burnett, 38, who was on the hijacked United Airlines Flight 93 that went down in Pennsylvania.
CNN Pipeline is providing a free trial to its service that includes video from the network's original coverage of 9/11 in its entirety. The real-time broadcast takes place from 8:30 a.m. to midnight.

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