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Nine Themed CT American Revolution Tours

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Produced by: Mary Collins, Sal Lilienthal

A mixed media site that provides nine themed Connecticut American Revolution driving/bicycling tours, complete with cue sheets, Google Maps, 130 pages of narratives and biographies and more. More…


Powering a Nation: An Inuit Village Loses Its Land

News21: North Carolina

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Produced by: Anna York, Harvard, and Phil Daquila, UNC

News21 reporter Anna York traveled to Newtok, Alaska, to see how the rising sea threatens an American culture. Accompanied by photographer Phil Daquila, her story explores villagers losing their way of life -- and their land. The project received an NPPA monthly award and has been featured on 32 Gannett Web sites, on their climate change special reports. This project is supported by the Carnegie Corp. and Knight Foundation. More…


Living Galapagos

Carolina Photojournalism and Multimedia

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Produced by: Pat Davison, exec producer and multimedia coach, Jason Arthurs, multimedia coach, David Stephenson, multimedia coach, Pailin Wedel, multimedia coach, Scott Horner, design coach, Donald Desloge, programming coach. All content, 21 UNC students.

For all of the attention that Charles Darwin brought to the Galápagos Islands, most people know surprisingly little about them. Since Darwin’s birth 200 years ago, the people of Galápagos - both residents and tourists - have fundamentally changed the natural habitat of the formerly pristine archipelago. This multimedia project is the first of its kind to explore issues like illegal immigration, illegal fishing, invasive species and more through video, photos, panos, timelapse, and infographics. More…


Powering a Nation

UNC-Chapel Hill

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Produced by: Laura Ruel, Don Wittekind, Chris Carmichael, Nacho Corbella, Phil Daquila, Zach Ferriola-Bruckenstein, Jenn Hueting, Eileen Mignoni, Melissa Moser, Sara Peach, Monica Ulmanu, Courtney Woo, Anna York, Ashley Zammitt

Energy makes America go. But the way we get it is more complex and vulnerable than most of us realize. The truth about energy is that change won't come easily. Here, you can explore America’s energy stories, meet the people behind the debate and join the conversation about our future. This project was UNC-Chapel Hill's contribution to News21, a Carnegie and Knight initiative developed to foster innovation in journalism. More…


Times of Crisis

Reuters

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Produced by: Jassim Ahmad, Ayperi Ecer, Tim Klimowicz, Bob Sacha, Brian Storm

On September 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers became the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history, its collapse paralysing the global financial system. Spanning 365 days of upheaval, we see how lives everywhere have changed as a divergent world embarks on a new era of historic uncertainty. More…


Honduras and the Hidden Hunger

the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

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Produced by: Tracy Boyer

According to the World Bank, 23 percent of Hondurans are malnourished. Researchers from UNC Chapel Hill and the Mathile Institute are working to combat the deadly effects of malnutrition by introducing a nutritional supplement into the diets of Honduran infants. "Honduras and the Hidden Hunger" tells the story behind this study. More…


How the Credit Crunch Caused a Ripple

The Wall Street Journal

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Produced by: Brian Aguilar, Julie Jargon

When Jen Guarino and Chuck Bidwell bought J.W. Hulme, a high-end leather goods manufacturer in St. Paul, Minn., they hoped the business would become their retirement next-egg. To finance Hulme's rapid growth, the business owners accrued significant debt. But then financing became harder to come by. Watch this four-part video series on how the credit crunch has affected these two small business owners and those around them. More…


Ray of hope

ESPN

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Produced by: Wayne Drehs

Jason Ray was a former UNC mascot for the Carolina Tar Heels who was tragically killed alongside a road in New Jersey before a UNC basketball game. This package details his life, his death and his decision made long ago to donate his organs. More…


Andaman Rising

UNC-Chapel Hill

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Produced by: Pat Davison and UNC photojournalism students

When the Asian tsunami hit southern Thailand in 2004, the sea that had sustained the region for generations - the Andaman - rose up, destroying families and killing thousands. Three-and-a-half years later, a team of journalists set out for the seaside province of Phang-nga to document the lives and culture of people living by the Andaman. They found a people marked - but not defined - by disaster, a people who have taken on challenges and risen above them. More…


Chauncey Bailey: Life and Work

Center for Investigative Reporting

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Produced by: Lisa Pickoff-White, Marnette Federis, Lucie Schwartz, Robin Urevich

Slain journalist Chauncey Bailey was a controversial figure in his hometown of Oakland, Ca., challenging people on his television show and in both the mainstream and ethnic press. This series of videos explores Bailey's life through archival footage and recent interviews with his friends and colleagues. More…