Newspaper front pages the morning after the leaders debate. Most newspapers also liveblogged the debate on their websites.
Last night saw the leaders of 7 political parties in the UK debate live on TV. But part and parcel of such a debate these days is the ‘second screen’ journalism of liveblogging. In this post I look at how different news organisations approached their own liveblogs, and what you can take from that if you plan to liveblog a debate in the future (for example this one). Continue reading →
Nice work by The Guardian (above) in their online reporting on transfer rumours: readers of each report are presented with a vote on whether they think the rumour is likely to be true before they get to read the full article.
It’s a good example of putting interactivity – and distribution – front and centre when the headline has already done most of the editorial work. Continue reading →