Localore: Finding America
Connecting independent producers with local public media to amplify under-represented narratives created with and for the people.
Pop-Up Magazine is a live magazine, created for a stage, screen and a live audience.
River of Mud
River of Mud is a 360-video that portrays the survivors of Samarco Dam's failure in Mariana, Brazil.
InfoAmazonia provides news, reports, data and crowdsourced stories on endangered regions of the Amazon forest.
The first 360 video documentary by The New York Times explores the global refugee crisis through the stories of three children.
6x9 is an immersive journalism piece that simulates the conditions of solitary confinement and its impact on prisoners.
#HACKED: Syria’s Electronic Armies
#Hacked is an interactive journalism game where users investigate cyberwarfare in the Syrian civil war while fending off hacks themselves.…
Inheritance is a moving and intimate exploration of loss, through the lens of the objects a loved one leaves behind.
Life On Hold
An intimate view of Syrian refugees' daily lives, depicting both struggle and hope.
Hazardous Hospitals is an interactive documentary about the risks patients encounter in the healthcare system.
Borderland is an interactive documentary exploring the U.S.-Mexico border and the people who live and work there.
Do you live in one of California’s pesticide hotspots?
This project combines longform reporting with an interactive map where users can look up pesticide use near their homes.
Hunger in Los Angeles
Hunger in Los Angeles is a virtual reality film recreating an eyewitness account of an emergency at a Los Angeles food bank.
Rape in the Fields
Rape in the Fields is a collaborative transmedia documentary project exposing abuse of female agricultural workers.