As our screens are bombarded with the relentless 24/7 news cycle and endless social media streams, a new breed of media outlet is taking the opposite approach—producing thoughtful and original content, with an emphasis on quality rather than timeliness. But as the Web speeds by around them, how do such outlets stay relevant while producing content that is often completely disconnected from the news cycle? Join Noah Rosenberg, founder of Narratively, as he discusses the platform’s multimedia approach to “slow storytelling” and its focus on longform, human-interest reporting in this fast-paced world.
Noah Rosenberg is the founder and editor-in-chief of Narratively, a platform devoted to original, true, and in-depth stories. Currently based in New York, Narratively will soon begin telling stories from additional cities. Previously, Rosenberg was a full-time freelancer for The New York Times, and he has also worked for “CBS News’” documentary production unit; reported on-camera for “Channel One News;” served as The Wall Street Journal’s video correspondent and a writer/photographer from the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa; and was Digital Director for The Queens Courier newspaper group, where he pioneered the company’s use of video and multimedia.
Each lecture is followed by a lively Q&A session and refreshments in the D-Crit Reading Room. Lectures are free and open to the public but you do need to register to reserve your space.
Also, please note the new start time of 6:30 p.m.
When: 29 Jan 2013, 6:30 p.m.
Where: SVA Design Criticism MFA Department, 136 West 21 Street, Second Floor
Price: Free and open to the public; Registration required