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Three ways the New York Times cuts graphic trumps the Guardian

November 22, 2010 by

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by BEN WHITELAW Seeing Stories has already looked at the Guardian’s attempt to involve their readers in the recent Comprehensive Spending Review. Last week, the New York Times released their own ‘Budget Puzzle’, a quick interactive exercise to see how users balance the books. We look at three reasons the NYT have got one over […]

Guardian lets users make spending cuts

November 3, 2010 by

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by JENNY STEVENS In the last of our three part series on how news organisations presented information on the Government Spending Review, Jenny Stevens looks at the Guardian’s interactive “you make the cuts” tool. The Comprehensive Spending Review was a particularly salient issue with Guardian readers, who are generally public sector workers, so what better […]

New Statesman graphic – WHAT A CARVE UP!

November 3, 2010 by

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by SARAH MORRISON In the second part of our CSR series, Sarah Morrison brings your attention to the blood-soaked cow that donned the front cover of the New Statesman after the CSR and explains how it reveals more about the publication than it does the cuts. As a disclaimer, I love the New Statesman. I […]

BBC graphics bring cuts to the masses

October 27, 2010 by

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by BEN WHITELAW In the first of a three-part series about the way the major news organisations covered the Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR), Ben Whitelaw analyses the BBC’s attempts to bring the cuts to the masses. The BBC website, somewhat unsurprisingly, had a section dedicated to graphics about the Spending Review after last week’s announcement. […]