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“We want to keep giving people experiences that push boundaries on the web and aren’t possible at all in print.”
“It wasn’t only about launching the new teams itself…The way we are launching new services impacts in a very big editorial way how we’re running existing ones.”
“Our goal is for The Pudding to be a weekly journal. We specifically seek out stories that aren’t news related, because we don’t want to compete in that space.”
“We were trying to find a balance between a sterile and static map of the club, while not making it look like a video game of a tragic event.”
“In a lot of ways this serves dual purposes: one of them being a publication platform for us to do fun, interesting, or experimental things. The other is to be that platform for other people.”
Here’s how some top news publishers are shaping their interactives for mobile: “These devices are there, they have these capabilities built into them, so how do we use them in our storytelling?”
Using the Olympics as a template, the Times aims to draw in all types of readers with its coverage, sports editor Jason Stallman says.