If you haven’t seen Black Gold Boom’s Rough Ride: The Oil Patch Tour, what are you waiting for?
Web-savvy folks from PBS NewsHour, Nieman Journalism Lab, Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, Knight Foundation, Center for Documentary Studies, SoundCloud and the Society of Professional Journalists are loving it.
Andrew Phelps of The New York Times even says this about our interactive documentary: “The future of storytelling.”
Check it out here.
How do you tell the story of oil in North Dakota? Go small, go intimate, go interactive. http://t.co/7u8L3GmF
— Justin Ellis (@JustinNXT) January 16, 2013
— Teresa Gorman (@gteresa) March 21, 2013
— Radio Diaries (@RadioDiaries) January 18, 2013
— Berkman Center (@berkmancenter) January 9, 2013
— Knight Foundation (@knightfdn) January 16, 2013
— Ctr for Doc Studies (@CDSduke) March 8, 2013
— Scott Leadingham (@scottleadingham) May 6, 2013
— Joseph Lindberg (@JosephLindberg) April 24, 2013
— Evan Tenenbaum (@EvanTenenbaum) June 29, 2012
Story I did about a Localore project looking at oil boom in ND: http://t.co/9YuaYFQs
— Ben Mook (@BenMook) December 18, 2012
— Zeega (@Zeega) January 17, 2013
If you liked the Snowfall piece in the NYTimes for its creative storytelling, you should see “Black Gold Boom” too: http://t.co/LkmffUUn
— Molly (@MollydeA) January 17, 2013
Great documentary “Black Gold Boom” on the oil industry changing the face of North Dacota http://t.co/sbsTg95i
— Helmut Adam (@HelmutAdam) January 16, 2013
— Kris Kerzman (@kriskerzman) January 7, 2013