messages still need to be more illustrative than yet shown – with this motto, the eleventh “scoop camp”, innovation conference for the media in Hamburg on Wednesday launched.

to do This, you need to work more with 3D visualizations, Virtual Reality and illustrations, said Shazna Nessa, the winner of this year’s “Scoop award” for digital competence and entrepreneurship. “Multimedia is for our young and enthusiastic about technology, audience becoming more and more important.”

For this you must be open to new technologies, said Nessa, who works as a “Head of Visuals” at the “Wall Street Journal”. This means taking risks, and not only people with a journalistic Background, but also, for example, engineers or programmers.

Alan Rusbridger, former editor of the British newspaper “The Guardian” and Pulitzer prize winner, appealed to the journalists to stay with the facts, because: “Without facts there is no justice”.

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