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Check out Immerse Issue #16

Check out Immerse Issue #16

Issue #16 of Immerse—the monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling edited by DCS director Jessica Clark is now live. It features an article by Dan Archer, who delves into his research at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School on VR…

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Immerse Issue #15 – The Feelies

Immerse Issue #15 – The Feelies

Issue #15 of Immerse—the monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling that’s edited by our director, Jessica Clark, is now live. It features an article by Clark that examines the rise of haptic storytelling in a piece titled “Do You Feel What I Feel?” She…

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February’s Immerse explores digital ownership, VR as a versatile medium and recent innovation events

February’s Immerse explores digital ownership, VR as a versatile medium and recent innovation events

Issue #14 of Immerse—the monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling that’s edited by our director, Jessica Clark—features an article by Mark Atkin who considers the question: Who owns our depictions? Also in this issue, don’t miss two field reports. The first from Brett Gaylor…

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Spring at Dot Connector: New realities, open web futures, and our coming robot overlords

Spring at Dot Connector: New realities, open web futures, and our coming robot overlords

Each spring when the clocks change, we check in with our network to share what we’ve been up to, and to hear more about your latest projects. Drop us a line about how you have been weathering the long winter. As you’ll see, we’ve been busy forecasting global information…

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Immerse Takes on AI and Machine Learning

Immerse Takes on AI and Machine Learning

Issue #13 of Immerse—the monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling that’s edited by our director, Jessica Clark—considers the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in emerging documentary. Artist Lauren McCarthy discusses  the rise of  AI personal assistants and their invasion into the most…

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Fretting about information pollution? How Dot Connector is fighting back

Fretting about information pollution? How Dot Connector is fighting back

Let’s be honest; our media system is a mess. We’re overwhelmed with bad news and false info. Despite all of the platforms in the world, people still feel underrepresented, local outlets continue to struggle, and polarization is at an all-time high. But have no fear—with…

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Always on? Immerse explores digital privacy for media makers

Always on? Immerse explores digital privacy for media makers

Issue #11 of Immerse—the monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling edited by our director, Jessica Clark—considers issues surrounding privacy in a digital world. In the lead piece, Jessica interviews media producer and Mozilla’s Commissioning Editor Brett Gaylor and creative director and visiting researcher at…

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Go into the sensorium in the latest issue of Immerse

Go into the sensorium in the latest issue of Immerse

The latest issue of Immerse—our monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling—examines storytelling from the funder perspective. The Fledgling Fund’s Diana Barrett reflects upon her own practice in funding new technologies, noting that “storytellers need the space to experiment and see how they can push…

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Check out the latest issue of Immerse

Check out the latest issue of Immerse

The latest issue of Immerse,  the online journal for exploring emerging forms of nonfiction storytelling from Dot Connector Studio, the Tribeca Film Institute, MIT Open DocLab and The Fledgling Fund, is here. This issue focuses on preserving digital fossils—both “preservation of the work itself by diversification…

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Spring news: Play, listen, learn

Spring news: Play, listen, learn

This spring, we’re excited to officially release our Impact Pack, a deck of media strategy cards designed to help media makers and funders brainstorm, strategize, and assess impact. You can use this 108-card deck to: Prototype your media engagement strategy Tell or iterate your impact…

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