Slate, which is owned by the Washington Post, displays a number of slide shows daily. Most of them, like this one on cockfighting in Manila follow the model that we used in class, with one sentance of description followed by another sentence expanding on the story. These pictures also have titles which sometimes serve to describe the picture a bit more literally than the cutline.
Slate also features daily videos. They are usually fairly short, taking no longer to watch then it takes to read a small article, and deal with "fluffier" news, with clips that can supplement subject matter discussed elsewhere on the site that day.
The Minnesota Daily boasts a separate multimedia section on their website with daily photo galleries and an increasing number of videos. Slideshows, such as this one exploring the Lakewood Cemetery, have very brief cutlines and do not set out to tell a full story. This is because these slideshows often accompany a longer article. Other galleries, especially those relating to sports, have no cutlines.
The MN Daily multimedia department also has their own blog, entitled Though The Lens, that displays the best photos of the week and features other slideshows not included on the main page.