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They are, in fact, difficult to detect if the original information from which the graphic was developed isn’t readily available. The deadline structure alone of most newsrooms may not lend itself to a thorough review of all of that information in conjunction with the copy-editing process. Thus, graphics can be easily distorted and consequently can become a burden to the story instead of an asset. Graphics reporters must always make sure they understand the information at hand before attempting to synthesize it into graphic form for read- M U LT I M E D I A S T O R Y T E L L I N G : H O W D I F F E R E N T M E D I A U S E G R A P H I C S ers, and then take care to develop the organization of information in a way that promotes understanding rather than confusion.
American journalists, in particular, were at once trying to cope with the devastation of the attacks, as well as serve their readers and provide accurate, in-depth coverage of the news as it developed for days after the attacks. Hundreds of maps of the cities under attack and the routes of the crashed planes, diagrams of the Twin Towers and Pentagon buildings and time lines of the days leading up to and on 9/11 were created by hundreds of newspapers and magazines as a method for helping readers understand what happened.
And, because of tight printing schedules, you’re often way behind on the big story. With radio and TV, you’ve got audio and video to help tell the story, but now you only have seconds to make your point. The depth is too often lost. With multimedia, you get the best of all worlds. You can offer the depth of coverage from a print product, and also make use of the storytelling and explanatory power of animation, video and interactivity. Now a graphic artist can dump the arrows and blurs used in print to simulate motion and instead animate what happened.
A practical guide to graphics reporting: information graphics for print, web & broadcast by Jennifer George-Palilonis