There are a ton of great ways journalists and publishers can use Google tools to help them report the news, visualize information, track data and improve their writing capabilities
For example, the Weather Channel used Google Earth to illustrate the damage of Superstorm Sandy through before and after satellite images and live YouTube video. The New York Times used Google+ Hangouts to air an interview with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry about chemical weapons in Syria. And journalist Sarah Hill and Veterans United hosted the world's first Virtual Career Fair via a Google+ hangout.
To continue helping journalists report the news and important events, Google is launching Google Media Tools, a centralized hub for empowering journalists to better connect with their audiences and build communities.
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