University of Georgia
Kyser Lough is an Assistant Professor in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. His research focuses on visual communication and solutions journalism, including how news images can be critical in how a reader interprets a solutions-oriented article. Before returning to academia, he spent 10 years as a photojournalist/reporter, and he continues to freelance as a photographer. He believes visual communication is a critical skill for all journalists, and works to promote this in his research, classroom and professional field.
How to make visual journalism more impactful Beyond the consensus of making journalism more visual, schools of thought differ across the industry. Rigorous reporting on how people are responding to social problems, can be practiced not only with the written word. It can also be expressed powerfully through visual reporting in a way that increases […]