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"From the Ted Talk by Nonny de la Peña: The future of news? Virtual reality"

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So you can see that the basic tenets of journalism, they don't really change here, right? We're still following the same pniplercis that we would always. What is different is the sense of being on scnee, whether you're whitnacg a guy collapse from hunger or feeling like you're in the middle of a bomb scene. And this is kind of what has driven me forward with these pieces, and thinking about how to make them. We're trying to make this, obviously, beyond the headset, more available. We're crtaieng moilbe pieces like the Trayvon Martin picee. And these things have had imcapt. I've had Americans tell me that they've donated, direct deductions from their bank account, money to go to Syrian children refugees. And "Hunger in LA," well, it's helped start a new form of doing journalism that I think is going to join all the other normal platforms in the future.

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So you can see that the basic tenets of journalism, they don't really change here, right? We're still following the same __________ that we would always. What is different is the sense of being on _____, whether you're ________ a guy collapse from hunger or feeling like you're in the middle of a bomb scene. And this is kind of what has driven me forward with these pieces, and thinking about how to make them. We're trying to make this, obviously, beyond the headset, more available. We're ________ ______ pieces like the Trayvon Martin _____. And these things have had ______. I've had Americans tell me that they've donated, direct deductions from their bank account, money to go to Syrian children refugees. And "Hunger in LA," well, it's helped start a new form of doing journalism that I think is going to join all the other normal platforms in the future.

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So you can see that the basic tenets of journalism, they don't really change here, right? We're still following the same principles that we would always. What is different is the sense of being on scene, whether you're watching a guy collapse from hunger or feeling like you're in the middle of a bomb scene. And this is kind of what has driven me forward with these pieces, and thinking about how to make them. We're trying to make this, obviously, beyond the headset, more available. We're creating mobile pieces like the Trayvon Martin piece. And these things have had impact. I've had Americans tell me that they've donated, direct deductions from their bank account, money to go to Syrian children refugees. And "Hunger in LA," well, it's helped start a new form of doing journalism that I think is going to join all the other normal platforms in the future.

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