In an ongoing preview of speakers for the upcoming #SNDSF conference, Paul Wallen interviews speaker Len De Groot, director of data visualization for the Los Angeles Times. Len will speak on combining infographics and virtual reality.
As summer is winding down, students are making their way back to campus and their college newsrooms. This week, SND asked a few of those students to tell us how their internships went. Today, Jake Newton talks about his experience at The Los Angeles Times.
Each week, newspapers put their best foot (and stories) forward in their Sunday editions. This week, the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, and Cleveland Plain Dealer share their most recent projects.
The Los Angeles Times has been awarded a Judges’ Special Recognition for use of photography in their 2012 Olympics cover pages. From the judges: We have a Sports section that has come up with a concept, and an idea — and chosen photography as the method to drive the story home for its readers. To […]
The Los Angeles Times wins Silver medal No. 15 in the Special Coverage/Single subject category. This is the Times’ fourth silver medal, all for the Beyond 7 billion project.
The Los Angeles Times has taken the first Judges’ Special Recognition award and Silver medal No. 11 in the Photography/Multiple Photos category. The judges, awarding the series a JSR for use of photography, said: “This is one of the tools we have as a newspaper, to get the size and scope and scale of photojournalism […]
Silver medal No. 9 goes to the Los Angeles Times — their second silver — in the Special News Topics category.
Award of Excellence No. 150 goes to the Los Angeles Times in the photography category.
Rolling along … The 50th Award of Excellence goes to the Los Angeles Times for photography.
The first medal of SND34, a silver, has been awarded to the Los Angeles Times for photography. From the judges: “The composition and cropping of the photo are outstanding. It’s like a frame out of a video.”