How does someone who spends most of his day in meetings and has ridiculously short deadlines satisfy one of the most demanding clients on earth? How does he deal with technology constraints, and work with subject matter that heats up and then cools down? NYTimes.com Multimedia Editor Andrew DeVigal gives us a rare look at how the interactive department of New York Times works, and shares the basic questions he must ask -and answer- before anything goes online.
Andrew DeVigal is an innovative leader in digital journalism. As the multimedia editor at The New York Times, he has pioneered efforts to redefine multimedia journalism and pushed the medium in telling and explaining stories by working collaboratively across the newsroom and recruiting top talent from a wide range of industries from interactive programmers to radio broadcast journalists and leading award-winning editorial projects.
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