NHPR.org reflects the collective goals shared by our content teams: To ensure our digital content is singular, that it embodies best editorial practices, and that it is continuously evolving as a result of our newsroom's culture of innovation and experimentation.
The content linked to New Hampshire Public Radio's entry represents the breadth and diversity of our digital work, including:
- Deep dives into data and policy during the N.H. Primary and 2016 elections
- Digital-first stories around critical areas of coverage and news series
- Expansive buildouts of radio features and program pages
- Providing New Hampshire voters with in-depth resources as they headed to the polls
Also included are digital-only feature and data stories, interactive maps and infographics, and original video, podcast and photo content, all of which represents our continuing commitment to serve not only the online audience within New Hampshire, but also the one beyond its borders.
Links to Content:
NHPR's Home Page
Digital-First & Multimedia Features:
Long-Form (Digital-First Investigation): Data Shows Racial Disparities Increase at Each Step of N.H.'s Criminal Justice System
Long-Form (Digital-First Investigation): Complaints About Toxins, Shoddy Construction Trail New England Developer
Series (Multimedia & Interactives): Where They Stand
Interactive: NH Senate Candidates on National Security
Long Form (Digital First Multimedia Feature): No Place to Go - Homeless in New Hampshire
Series (Multimedia): Hope on the Front Lines of New Hampshire's Opioid Crisis
Multimedia Feature: How a World War Created a State Park on New Hampshire's Seacoast
Multimedia Feature: Voices from a Bellwether City
Multimedia Feature: At This Farm Stand, You Can Cast Your Vote in an Outhouse
Series (Multimedia): Through the Looking Glass
Multimedia Feature: In Canterbury, There's a Brewery in the Woods
Digital-Only Stories & Features:
Weekly Feature (Launched in 2016): Weekly News Rundown Blog
Long Form/Data: Gerrymandering and the N.H. Republican Advantage
Election Live Blogs & Resources
Maps/Results: 2016 N.H. Primary Results
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
Additional Data Journalism:
- 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 & Photography:
Video Primer: A Citizen's Survival Guide to Outside Spending
Video Series: Candidates Give (Literal) Elevator Pitches for Votes
NHPR Programs & Podcasts Online:
10-Minute Writers Workshop (Podcast)