The Three Little Pigs Story as Covered by Modern Media

This advert for the Guardian’s open journalism, screened for the first time on 29 February 2012, imagines how we might cover the story of the three little pigs in print and online. Follow the story from the paper’s front page headline, through a social media discussion and finally to an unexpected conclusion.

[Via Neatorama]


5 Responses to The Three Little Pigs Story as Covered by Modern Media

  1. wow!!!
    Quite an amazing concept, very creative and actually scary.
    Poor little pigs will never be the same again.

  2. i see apple S**T and fasebook COMEONE dont F**K up a god sorry just get get som hidden advertising GOD i hate this hipster word XD

  3. What the bleep? That was one of the most convoluted screwed up things I’ve seen in a while. Way to blame the victims, guys.

    In the story, the little pigs are murdered and eaten. There is no insurance fraud, none of this bs. This is pure sensationalism invented to blame the victim. If I read that paper, I’d stop my subscription over that add.

    • First, in the ORIGINAL three little pigs, the wolf gets killed. And second, this is a demonstration of how the different forms of media in the present day can affect a story. The three little pigs was used as an EXAMPLE so that you can make a comparison between what happened then and what is likely to happen now. Seriously dude…

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