From EJC’s Liliana Bounegru: “The School of Data Journalism, Europe’s biggest data journalism event, brings together around 20 panelists and instructors from Reuters, New York Times, Spiegel, Guardian, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, Knight-Mozilla OpenNews and others, in a mix of discussions and hands-on sessions focusing on everything from cross-border data-driven investigative journalism, to emergency reporting and using spreadsheets, social media data, data visualisation and mapping for journalism.”
Similar concept, from the Minnesota Star Tribune, on the Minnesota bridge collapse in 2007:
The Washington Post found a good way of aggregating this content, as they add more stuff, in a way that everything is easily accessible and connected: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/national/boston-marathon-explosions-map/
BBC News colleagues tried Geofeedia to plot curated UGC pictures along Margaret Thatcher’s funeral route. Check it out: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22164910
Comprehensive research by BBC Brasil’s Camilla Costa, looking at what kind of highly skilled migrant workers are wanted by OECD and BRICS countries, plus Singapore. Nurses come at the top of the list, while journalists are nowhere to be seen…
This is the outcome of one of the short development attachments for journalists from the BBC language services to work on data and visual journalism projects.
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