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Tools for helping journalists create content, keep it relevant and keep up with changing audience behaviour and technological advances.
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Photo editor online / free image editing direct in your browser - Pixlr.com

Pixlr Editor is a free online photo editor with a prefessional touch. Fix, adjust and filter your images. Manage your images in your browser, no registration required jump right in!
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Animoto

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This tool - which has a free version limited to a 30 second video - enables you to create video slideshows from photos and video clips and then share or embed in your website. So this could be good for illustrating multimedia in stories.

This from the site's blurb: "Video Slideshow Maker with Music Animoto turns your photos and video clips into professional video slideshows in minutes. Fast, free and shockingly simple - we make awesome easy."

Please share any experience of using this tool in the comments box below. Thanks
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TinEye Reverse Image Search

TinEye Reverse Image Search | Social media kitbag | Scoop.it
TinEye is a reverse image search engine built by Idée currently in beta. Give it an image and it will tell you where the image appears on the web.
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Thinglink — Make Your Images Interactive

Thinglink — Make Your Images Interactive | Social media kitbag | Scoop.it
You have to sign up for this service, but it's free. Once you do they give you code to put in your website so that you can tag elements in the images on your site.

Tags are small bubbles that appear when you touch them with your mouse, and can contain a description and a hyperlink. This can be used to take users deeper into your site. This will be useful for news images which you want to tag based on the content in the images.

Please add your comments or experience of using this tool in the box below so everyone can benefit.
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BetaTales.com's comment, April 16, 2011 4:12 PM
This looks like an interesting tool! I just tested it on the main photo of the following blog post:
http://www.betatales.com/2011/03/16/ten-tools-to-improve-your-online-journalism/

I can easily see how this can be used on many types of stories.