A little while ago Verity Chambers told me on Twitter about a project that forms part of the Advanced Diploma of Journalism for which she is a teacher. Called ‘The Dying Art of Time’, her students are looking at horology in Australia and the evolution of timekeeping.
In their own words, their intended audience is –
“Using words, photos, videos and sounds we will weld a story about time and time keeping aimed at an audience that is 16+ years old. The target demographic is people who don’t really know anything about horology but would stop and read a feature like this because they would like to know more.”