quarta-feira, 26 de fevereiro de 2003

Mais uma vez, a referência à coluna de Steve Outing, Stop the Presses. Um interessante texto sobre a inclusão de elementos multimedia em notícias de última hora. São citados alguns exemplos de bom trabalho e Outing defende que:

I'll admit that multimedia news is currently a mixed bag. While a handful of news organizations consistently turn out high-quality material, another group of companies is still in experimental mode and, frankly, not doing a great job yet. I liken today's environment for multimedia news to the days of the first Macintosh, PageMaker software, and laser printers. That new technology got a lot of people designing self-published printed newsletters, but much of their work was not great -- until they gained experience. It's the same with multimedia today.

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