While mainstream news organizations are trying everything to survive in the digital scenario, research has taught us that traditional news outlets are quite slow to adopt new technologies. In this sense, the same is happening with the adoption of locative technologies. I have noticed so far only three main ways a handful of news organizations are experimenting with locative media. Here are some very interesting examples:
1) Audio walking named King’s Cross Street Stories by the British newspaper The Guardian:
Foursquare – many news organizations are experimenting with this location-based social network to spread information according to the user’s location.
Additional sources: King’s Cross Street Stories