Government Video Expo keynote and network correspondent Foreman produces an immersive video for viewers.

CNN correspondent Tom Foreman provides an innovative, informative and immersive "explainer" video that makes extensive use of the virtual studio he's developed at the network. Here, he details the process for confirming a Supreme Court justice (in under 60 seconds).

To learn more about how Foreman is taking the news "beyond video," attend Government Video Expo, held November 27-29 in Washington, D.C.

To see more of Foreman's videos, click here.

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Foreman joined CNN in 2004 and is based in the network's Washington, D.C. bureau, where he covers a wide range of topics for the network and reports for programs across the spectrum, from The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer to Anderson Cooper 360

Foreman has pioneered much of CNN's work in new media,playing a key role in the development of an immersive, 3D virtual studio that has taken viewers into space to study satellites, onto distant battlefields to promote better understanding of dangerous conflicts and through a deep dive into data to analyze  the 2016 election cycle.

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