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Multimedia Longread as Narrative Practice and New Format of Online Journalism

Student: Anna Laletina

Supervisor: Victoria O. Vasileva

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Visual Culture (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2016

In this paper we try to examine a new format in online journalism that we determined as «multimedia longread» and perceive as a phenomenon that can be described in the terms of intermediality studies. We present different definitions of this format and provide a brief history of its development. We also attempt to determine its narrative structures and the principles of their formation, analyze how the author/ narrator role in the stories of this kind changed in comparison with the more traditional journalistic formats. An attempt is also made to determine, what kind of a reader such a format requires.

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