How news organizations are using Dipity time lines

Poynter Online
The Chicago Sun-Times, Seattle Times and other papers are creating interactive time lines to add context to stories, show the breadth of their reporting, and help people better understand the news they're consuming, reports Mallary Jean Tenore. She spent three hours creating a Dipity time line showing Romenesko coverage of layoffs and budget cuts in newsrooms since July 2007.

  • Jim Romenesko

    From 1999 to 2011, Jim Romenesko maintained the Romenesko page for the Poynter Institute, a Florida-based non-profit school for journalists. Poynter hired him in August of 1999, after seeing his MediaGossip.com, a hobby site he started in May of 1999.

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