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First Impressions, the publisher's third VR project, enables viewers to explore how a baby sees the world during its first six months

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New project Asia’s Ailing Heritage aims to make interactive virtual reality more accessible

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China Daily Asia's multimedia team explored five heritage sites in virtual reality in a project that can be viewed without VR goggles or a designated app

Why news organisations need to work together to deliver the potential of virtual reality


Zillah Watson, author of new report 'VR for News: The New Reality?', explains what issues the industry has to address for VR to become part of mainstream journalism

3 organisations are collaborating to find out how connected devices can influence news consumption

What can news outlets learn about their readers by combining audience engagement with ambient design and the Internet of Things?

Q&A: What the role 'head of digital editorial capability' means at Fairfax

Julie Posetti explains how Fairfax promotes knowledge-sharing and the difficulties behind this complex job

App for journalists: PowerDirector, for advanced video editing on Android

This free app allows you to produce news packages for social media, broadcast and online

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Tip: Bookmark this advice to get started with data journalism

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Check out this advice for everything from managing spreadsheets to collecting and cleaning data

Jobs board

Output editor

Reuters is recruiting an output editor for its agency video news services.

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Live blogging just got more flexible, fun — and profitable

Live Blog 3.1 comes packed with new features, from scorecards for sporting events to native advertising options and real-time analytics. Also new and improved: is now available as a subscription-based cloud service

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Get with the program: The benefits of coding skills in the newsroom

Learning HTML, CSS and JavaScript may not be glamorous, but programming knowledge can help you engage audiences in different ways

How Note to Self crowdsourced stories about information overload from 30,000 people

The team behind the weekly podcast convinced listeners to sign up for Infomagical and fight information overload both individually and as a community

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