Climate change is a challenging beat to cover due to unaccessible scientific data and it being difficult to find the right experts and characters to interview, but some journalists are now trying to be more and more creative with the way they engage audiences in the topic.
Check out this iJNet article which states the learnings of Flavia Martins y Miguel from Brazilian broadcaster Portal R7 Minas and Sonia Narang from Public Radio International (PRI), who have experimented with using 360-degree video to tell stories of climate change.
They told Daria Sukharchuk about the advantages of using spherical video, and what they learned from their experience producing such immersive content.
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