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  • Structured Journalism is unpacking the news
  • Structured Journalism is unpacking the news
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Structured Journalism is unpacking the news

How do you read the news? For most people it's in the form of a story with a headline, followed by a beginning, a middle and an end. But a new media movement called 'structured journalism' thinks there is a better way, throwing out the rulebook in favour of a more flexible, interactive approach.

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