Instagrammable Data: Using Visuals to Showcase More Than Numbers on AJ Labs Instagram Page

  title={Instagrammable Data: Using Visuals to Showcase More Than Numbers on AJ Labs Instagram Page},
  author={Mathias-Felipe de-Lima-Santos and Arwa Kooli},
News outlets are developing formats dedicated to social platforms that capture audience attention, such as Instagram stories, Facebook Instant articles, and YouTube videos. In some cases, these formats are created in collaboration with the tech companies themselves. At the same time, the use of data-driven storytelling is becoming increasingly integrated into the ever-complex business models of news outlets, generating more impact and visibility. Previous studies have focused on studying these… 

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