An award-winning investigative series written by ASU's Carnegie-Knight News21 is now available in e-book form.
Breakdown: Traveling Dangerously in America, was produced by Carnegie-Knight News21 fellows working at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
The students from 11 universities produced dozens of stories, graphics, photos and videos that detail the shortcomings of the government safety system designed to protect people who travel by air, boat, rail or car.
The e-book version of the project, published in e-pub and Amazon format, works for long-form reading and viewing on a tablet or e-reader device, said Cronkite Associate Dean Kristin Gilger, who led the News21 project. Readers can annotate and bookmark the publication for their convenience and reference.
The e-publication is downloadable through the Amazon Kindle store and also via a link on the News21 national website. It is also expected to be available soon via the iTunes Bookstore on the iPad or iPhone.