Digital & Interactive Journalism Samples

Social/Mobile Optimized Video Story


Super Tuesday Snapchat Story

Interactive Timeline of How and When Democratic Candidates Entered the 2016 Presidential Race

Published with "Twitter Reacts To First Democratic Presidential Debate"

Interactive Map that Shows How States Across the U.S. Approach The Sport Of Cheer

Published with "Three Cheers for Competition,"complete with interactive Audio Rollovers and full site coded from scratch by Stephanie Haney. Information accurate as of Dec. 2015.

Maine DOES recognize cheer as a sport.

Maine does not currently have teams registered for STUNT in spring 2016.

Virginia DOES recognize cheer as a sport.

Virginia does not currently have teams registered for STUNT in spring 2016.

Kentucky does NOT recognize cheer as a sport.

Kentucky is in the process of structuring so it can have a State Championship and USA Cheer hopes to have up to 20 schools playing games during the spring 2016 season of STUNT.

Cheer IS recognized as a sport in Michigan.

Michigan does not currently have teams registered for STUNT in spring 2016.

Wisconsin does NOT recognize cheer as a sport.

Wisconsin had five schools participate in the spring 2015 season of STUNT and will potentially having up to 10 schools playing multiple games in spring 2016.

Arkansas does NOT recognize cheer as a sport.

Four schools will likely play a few STUNT games in conjunction with a collegiate STUNT meet.

South Dakota DOES recognize cheer as a sport.

South Dakota does not currently have teams registered for STUNT in spring 2016.

Cheer IS recognized as a sport in Oklahoma.

Approximately 30 schools will be involved in the upcoming season of STUNT with most playing 6 to 10 games and organizing leagues. There will also be a State Championship this year.

Cheer IS recognized as a sport in New Mexico.

New Mexico does not currently have teams registered for STUNT in spring 2016.

Cheerleading IS a sport in Alaska.

USA Cheer is in talks with Anchorage School District about its eight high schools participating in the spring 2016 STUNT season.

Tennessee does NOT recognize cheer as a sport.

Tennessee will have an organized rollout of high school STUNT this spring. Overall participation numbers are still not known but USA Cheer is hoping for double digits across the state.

Cheerleading is NOT a sport in North Carolina.

There could be up to 14 teams participating in the upcoming season of STUNT. Wake county expects to hold a County Championship. North Carolina has also implemented a Title IX compliant structure.

Cheerleading IS a sport in New York.

New York's Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) has budgeted for 30 schools to participate in the spring season of STUNT with a city championship. This will be implemented in a Title IX compliant structure. The State of NY, independent of NY City Association's PSAL is looking to have up to 10 schools in the Long Island area playing a series of games.

Cheerleading is NOT a sport in Washington.

Washington has at least eight high schools with teams interested in participating in STUNT in spring 2016.

Cheerleading is NOT a sport in Florida.

USA Cheer expects double-digit participation the spring 2016 season of stunt from Florida high schools.

California will officially recognize cheer as a sport in 2017.

Nearly 100 schools are registered to participate in the spring 2016 season of stunt, some in full structured seasons. California has the fastest growth of STUNT popularity of any state, up from only 10 schools participating last year.

One Man's Audio Story of Culver City Set to Photos

All audio and photos captured and edited by Stephanie Haney. Audio captured from Victor Varadi, Culver City Hall and classic rock cover band, Venice.

Interactive Infogram Explaining the Burden of Proof in Different Settings

Published with "Yes Doesn't Always Mean Yes When it Comes to Sex on College Campuses," coded from a modified template by Stephanie haney.