Breaking, Non-Breaking and Student

SND The Best of Multimedia Design Competition

Entries will be evaluated on writing, visual story telling, interactivity, use of multimedia (including graphics, photography, audio and video), structure and navigation, functionality, personalization, community tools, execution, innovation and overall design.

CATEGORY 1: Breaking Presentation

Content created on deadline in reaction to a breaking story.

1A: News

Content based on breaking local, national, international and business news coverage. Each entry must cover a single subject, but multiple pages/elements are allowed.

1B: Sports

Content based on any element of breaking sports coverage. Each entry must cover a single subject, but multiple pages/elements are allowed.

IC: Features

Content based on daily entertainment and lifestyle coverage. Each entry must cover a single subject, but multiple pages/elements are allowed.

CATEGORY 2: Non-Breaking Presentations

Projects and preplanned presentations.

2A: News

Content based on local, national, international and business news coverage. Each entry must cover a single subject, but multiple pages/elements are allowed.

2B: Sports

Content based on any element of sports coverage. Each entry must cover a single subject, but multiple pages/elements are allowed.

2C: Features

Content based on entertainment and lifestyle coverage. Each entry must cover a single subject, but multiple pages/elements are allowed.

CATEGORY 5: Student Presentation

Projects and presentations developed by a full-time student or students at the time of creation.

Do you want your work to be part of the next competition? Submit multimedia journalism projects published July 1-Sept. 30 by Oct. 7, 2008, for quarterly awards. Quarterly winners are eligible for annual 2008-09 awards.