Media News - Tuesday, July 31, 2012
The Telegraph has created a graphics system which will enable its journalists to easily create visualisations for track, field and swimming events as soon as the results are in. The graphics system was created by the Telegraph as part of efforts to get Olympics data in front of readers as quickly as possible, without the journalists needing to do any coding, interactive news editor Conrad Quilty-Harper told. "Livebloggers will be able to go in and pick from thousands of events and actually create a graphic using the data from that as soon as the event finishes," he said. (Journalism.co.uk)
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