Journalists, technologists, developers and others are invited to compete in the Journalism 360° Challenge.
Proposals should use virtual, augmented, mixed reality or 360° video, discovering new ways to engage audiences and advance the field of journalism. The organizers are looking for projects that will yield lessons and “how-tos” for the field of journalism and encourage reporters and editors to think differently.
Winners will receive US$35,000 in funding to test, refine and build out a project.
The deadline is April 10.
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