The principal aim of MediaStorm is "to usher in the next generation of multimedia storytelling by publishing social documentary projects incorporating photojournalism, interactivity, animation, audio and video for distribution across multiple media." Many people have taken notice of their fine work thus far, as they have garnered several Emmys and a couple of Webby Awards in recent years. On their site, visitors can view some of their recent work by clicking on any image. The subject matter covered here is tremendous, as visitors can look in on portraits of modern Rwanda, the global trade in wildlife, and the aftermath of Chernobyl. Moving on, visitors can subscribe to their RSS feed, podcasts, and newsletter in the "Subscribe" section. Finally, visitors will also want to read up on their weblog about their latest and future projects, and maybe even wander on over to their online store.


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  • Arts > Film
  • Arts > Photography
  • Language Arts > General
  • Language Arts > Story Telling
  • Social Studies > General
  • Social Studies > World History

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