When covering complex, ongoing stories, such as outbreaks of violence and criminal trials, journalists typically have far more information than they can squeeze into the average daily news story. The result: a series of oftentimes repetitive, perishable articles that may ignore or oversimplify the bigger picture. In this webinar, ICFJ Knight Fellow Ritvvij Parrikh explains how structured journalism is a new storytelling form that breaks out of this pattern. This approach to reporting organizes information into categories, which can help improve story organization for topics that evolve over long periods of time. It meets the needs of different readers, from those who want a bite-sized recap of a story to those interested in exploring every angle behind an issue.