Entries consist of team reporting in covering news for an online audience using multimedia techniques, with an emphasis on multimedia storytelling, the quality of journalism and creative use of the medium. Entries must be news; they can be based on but are not limited to public affairs, business, science or sports news. Entries must be journalism, and may not include dramatization. The entry must have been posted on the Web and the entrants must have completed at least three substantial components from the following list: writing, photo, audio slideshow, video, animation, interactivity, Flash, graphics or any other data-driven tools. Entrants also could have used social media, including blogging.
Entrants must indicate publishing timeline on disclosure form when entering.
Entrants MUST be undergraduate students (with the exception of minor help from graduate students who may have assisted with the project.) A team is defined as 2 people to no more than 15 people. Awards will be divided by the individual undergraduates on the winning teams. Each university may enter a total of two team projects.
Entries that consist primarily of a video will be disqualified.
The entry must have been produced and posted on the Web between September 1, 2017 and April 8, 2019.
DEADLINE: Entries must be received by Tuesday, April 9, 2019.
There will be no Championship component for this competition.
For consideration, contact Prof. Dan Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org