If one were to look for videos on the homepage of the site, only three results come up and two are post-game recaps of the Rays game while the other is a stand-up about a shooting. I looked for a tab on videos to see if there was a database for more video content. Surely there was if you scroll down far enough, I was surprised by how recently updated most of the videos were. Each video was labeled well and had fell into a specific category. There was a lot of good content, but I had to go look for it.
Photos could use improvement throughout the website as the clarity and resolution of most pictures look as if they were taken with an iPhone. I start to wonder where the professional photographers hired by the site are? Sports seems to get its part done, but the rest of the website's articles do not have as nice of a look.
Compared to the New York Times, which would have its writers record an audio version of its text, the Tampa Bay Times does not have any attachment of that sort on its articles. No audio was to be found on the front page.
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but sometimes it may be nice to have a video or audio file in which the audience member can listen to part of those words and take a break from the text.