L.A. Times writer Patrick Day will be interviewed at 5:40 a.m. ET on Dec. 5.
My friend and former L.A. Times colleague Patrick Day will be on NPR’s The Bryant Park Project later this week to talk about the best and worst online movie marketing campaigns.
The invite arose after he and a cowriter put together a narrative photo gallery of the best and worst online movie gimmicks of 2007.
Although the photo gallery format is pretty standard, the topic — a look at the way studios are using the Web to reach and retain its audience — was on the money.
I’m looking for other examples of look-backs, roundups and year in reviews that make great use of the Web.
Journalists tend to be creative people, so let’s see what you’ve got. Post a link to your work in the comments below.