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Women In The U.S. Senate

The Photography Channel

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Produced by: Melina Mara

Melina Mara's photographs are focused on fourteen Senators who are changing the balance of power in Congress. Melina's narration is coupled with audio sound bites from interviews with the Senators by the legendary Helen Thomas. More…


Transportation Game

The Seattle Times

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Produced by: other (or in-house credits)

An online interactive site that allows readers to map Seattle's transportation future. More…


Splendors of the Centuries: A Timeline by Vedo

other

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An interesting and elegant approach to representing a timeline. Vedo is an online seller of limited-edition, historical prints from collections such as The Vatican Library and The New York Botanical Gardens. More…


West Point in the Making of America

Smithsonian Institution

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An online companion to the exhibition at Smithsonian's National Museum of American History was created to commemorate the bicentennial of the United States Military Academy at West Point. More…


Iraq War : Multimedia Console

BBC

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BBC's multimedia coverage of the war in Iraq. It enables you to look back at the key moments, material from the build up to the conflict and analysis of some of the key issues surrounding the war. More…


Burma: Grace Under Pressure

Hiller Photo

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Produced by: Geoffrey Hiller

Photojournalist-turned multimedia producer Geoffrey Hiller presents this moving pictorial odyssey through Burma, a war-torn country described by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, as "Fascist Disneyland." The slowly-streaming slide show, accompanied by haunting Burmese music, chronicles poverty, hunger, oppression, fear, and hope. Burma, renamed Myanmar by the military dictatorship in 1989, was once known as the rice basket of Asia, but today, rice is rationed and Burma has become the world's opium bowl. Hiller's high-bandwidth exhibit juxtaposes luminous beauty with tragic injustice and human misery. More…


A Heavy Toll

The New York Times

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How overfishing has changed the world's oceans. More…


Night Vision Goggles

El Mundo

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Produced by: Alberto Cairo

A detailed look on how Night Vision Goggles work. More…


La Familia Crece - Partos

El Mundo

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Explaination of the childbirth process. It's refreshing to see the hand-drawn illustrations. More…


Lanzagranadas RPG-7

El Mundo

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El Mundo's informational graphic on the RPG-7. More…