New York Times
The online version of the newspaper includes links inside stories to information graphs, maps, and earlier stories on the same subject from days, weeks and months prior allowing the reader to see a chronological evolution beyond the depth of the current report.
Since this is a virtual format, the space constraints and news hole have different dimensions as they are connected by hyperlinks rather than paper folds. It allows for rotating of stories and ad content, revolving over and sharing the same virtual space, rather than claiming forever its printed territory.
The online video section ads visual depth to the stories, but makes you wait through a commercial before each video story
The weather section, allows you to personalize your report, by searching weather forecasts by zip code.
Is testing a Beta version of its video platform, which like the New York Times, makes you wait through a 30 second commercial.
iReport is a section that offers video blogging content created by CNN viewers. The offerings are varied and have inconsistent production quality. The site solicits viewers to report from around the globe any newsworthy events that they are witnessing or taking part in themselves.
New Pulse is a section that has a 'power bar' indicating the current site visitor interest level, apparently an aid to help the reader decide which stories to pursue by gauging the popularity barometer.