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The Worcester Sun wants to bootstrap paywalled hyperlocal digital into a Sunday print product
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June 7, 2013, 1:33 p.m.
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John Koetsier at VentureBeat has played with the new tool that ingests scripts and turns out visual storytelling:

I think this could be useful for a lot of people in situations far beyond movies and scripts.

You need a visual story? Storyteller can help. You want to create a quick overview of your long, in-depth essay or paper? Storyteller can help. You want to make your business report come to life? Storyteller would be an interesting way to create a graphic novel approach to communicating the dry facts.

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