NHPR's multi-media content reflects the sensibility that guides our radio journalism: It embodies best editorial practices, is singular in our state, and is a reflection of our newsroom's evolving culture of innovation and experimentation.
The content linked below is a portfolio submission for the 2017 PRNDI Multi-Media category. The entry includes multi-media work covering our unofficial state sport: the 2016 First-in-the-Nation Presidential Primary and subsequent state-level election.
The portfolio includes:
- Deep dives into election data and policy positions
- Digital-first stories about candidates, voting, and the influence of money in the political process
- A primary-specific podcast
- Video explainers and features
- Data maps
- Breaking news live blogs from Primary Day and Election Day
- Online voter resources
Primary/Election Series (Multimedia & Interactives): Where They Stand - a look at candidate positions on the issues
Interactive: NH Senate Candidates on National Security
Multimedia Feature: Voices from a Bellwether City
Multimedia Feature: At This Farm Stand, You Can Cast Your Vote in an Outhouse
Long Form Online: A Digital Revolution? Sanders Reinvents the Online Campaign
Long Form/Data: Gerrymandering and the N.H. Republican Advantage
Maps/Results: 2016 N.H. Primary Results
Brady Carlson anchored this limited-run podcast looking at behind-the-scenes stories from reporters, tales and trends form the trail, and "only in New Hampshire" moments worth sharing.
Listen to the episodes:
Interactive map: From Portsmouth to Pittsburg, Mapping 40 Years of the N.H. Primary
Interactive map: How Has Your Town Voted in Recent Elections?
Interactive map: These Are the N.H. Towns to Watch on Primary Night
- How N.H. Went From Deep Red to Swing State Over the Course of Few Elections
- Did New Voters Drive Trump & Sanders to Victory?
- How Much Did Gerrymandering Shape the Outcome in 2016?
Video Primer: A Citizen's Survival Guide to Outside Spending
Video Series: Candidates Give (Literal) Elevator Pitches for Votes
Click here for 2016 Election Day photography