When most people think of virtual reality, commonly known as VR, they likely think of bulky headsets and video games. However, journalists have recently begun incorporating VR into their stories as a way of capturing their audience’s interest and then fully immerse them in the story. For example, The New York Times created a VR … More VR takes journalism to a whole new world
New data from CandyStore.com ranks America’s favorite beans from the buttery king to the pomegranate peasants, and every state in between. Believe it or not, there’s a substantial amount of data-collecting that goes into jelly bean research. CandyStore shared how they determined the ranking, saying: “Using the CandyStore.com jelly bean sales data from the last … More Americans Gel with Buttered Popcorn Jelly Beans
Analytics are a helpful tool for news organizations in measuring audience engagement, but they should not be the only factor when considering future publishing decisions. According to dictionary.com, the definition of analytics is: “the analysis of data, typically large sets of business data, by the use of mathematics, statistics, and computer software”. This does appear like it would … More Analytics: What are they and how are they used?
An 18-year-old driver suspected of driving under the influence was saved by an Oakland County Sheriff’s Deputy after the driver flipped his vehicle, causing it to burst into flames. Police reports say the driver passed the Deputy at high speeds, ensuing a chase heading north on Baldwin Road until the driver attempted to turn onto … More Intoxicated Driver Saved from Burning Car by Deputy
Blood tests drawn from a man who crossed into oncoming traffic on I-275, crashing into and killing two people, came back negative for drugs or alcohol according to Metro South Post. The man reportedly was driving southbound around 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 12, 2017 when he crossed over the center median and traveled a mile … More Two People Die in Car Crash Caused by Sober Man Driving the Wrong Way on I-275