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Melody Kramer
Melody Kramer
Melody Kramer

Melody Kramer

Mel's middle name is Joy. She tries to live up to it. She works @nprnews. Reach her @mkramer.

Such a smart day after piece. Personalized / social / connection to larger group / shareable / want to do more than once. Thanks for sharing this, Tanya Ballard Brown.

WBEZ collected reports of voting irregularities in Chicago.

Kate Parkinson-Morgan created great snaps for us throughout the election.

Yahoo made some really great gifs.

In addition to loving this map, I LOVE that WAMU partnered with Code for DC to make this. THAT IS AWESOME.

WNYC's Election Guide was extremely easy for users to understand and parse data.

West Virginia Public Broadcasting made a really nice, easy-to-parse map for their audience and updated a blog in real time.

WBUR's election results are really easy to parse. I thought this was one of the better ones out there.

Buzzfeed had a section at the top of it's main coverage website called "What you Need to Know." Every card below that was shareable on it's own. Very easy to share and socialize content, both for their staff and external audiences.

Buzzfeed highlighted all of their reporters who were covering election night in the byline section -- making it easy for their audience to connect with reporters. h/t kpm

Politico create images specifically for Instagram that were very clear and designed for mobile. /mk

CNN prepared images for Instagram that were really easy to see on mobile. /mk

I really liked that Fox News placed quotes over a picture when talking about results. /mk

MSNBC also had these great cards for Facebook that very easily stated who won, where they were from, who they were, and what party they were from. /mk

CNN designed cards that were very easy to understand and visually appealing -- and worked well on mobile and desktop. /mk

The cards from NPR's Election Party that performed the best on social contained an image and text. They were shared 100-200X more than quote cards and straight text posts. /mk

WNYC put all of the numbers in perspective by sharing comparisons that people can understand. /mk

Benjamin Carson Jr., 2003. From NPR's The Best Commencement Speeches, Ever. that goes along with- if you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything

Amy Poehler, 2011. From NPR's The Best Commencement Speeches, Ever.

Anderson Cooper, 2010. From NPR's The Best Commencement Speeches, Ever.

Peter Dinklage, 2012. From NPR's The Best Commencement Speeches, Ever. #BenningtonCollege