Reports: Obama To Propose $300 Billion Package Aimed At Boosting Jobs

President Obama will propose "$300 billion in federal spending and tax cuts" when he addresses the nation Thursday night during a joint session of Congress, The Associated Press and other news outlets are reporting. Full Story »

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by Brian G. Kirby - Jan. 24, 2012

This article is a good example of what sets the Internet apart from print when it comes to journalism. The combination of a high resolution image, the text and the audio after the article function perfectly so that the reader can get the most information out of the story. The combination of multimedia in this article also serves the purpose of showing both sides of the argument better than the text does alone. The text part of the story mostly talks about how Obama is working on a plan to spur the job market and the audio provides more info on what Mitt Romney stands for on the same topic. The use of both text and audio to tell the major story of the article is helpful and efficient.

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