Un anno di data journalism

2014-05-1 09:00:00 2014-05-1 10:30:00 Europe/Rome Un anno di data journalism #ijf18 Data journalism is evolving at a rapid pace. Since last year’s International Journalism Festival we have seen many data stories breaking and data projects appearing around the world. We’ve seen countless tools, services and initiatives to support work in this emerging field. The opening debate at this year’s edition of the School of Data Journalism will bring together leading data journalists and advocates to discuss the past year’s advances in the field and what the future holds. What were the big data stories of the year? What were the key technological developments and projects and what do these developments mean for journalists and newsrooms in Europe? Where is data journalism today and where is it headed? This session is part of the School of Data Journalism organised in association with European Journalism Centre and Open Knowledge Foundation Hotel Brufani - Sala Raffaello - Perugia

data journalism

09:00 - 10:30   giovedì 1/05/2014

Hotel Brufani - Sala Raffaello

« torna al programma
Justin Arenstein
direttore Code For Africa
Liliana Bounegru
ricercatrice
Milena Marin
Amnesty International
Aron Pilhofer
Temple University
Guido Romeo
cofondatore Diritto di Sapere
Giannina Segnini
giornalista e formatrice

Data journalism is evolving at a rapid pace. Since last year’s International Journalism Festival we have seen many data stories breaking and data projects appearing around the world. We’ve seen countless tools, services and initiatives to support work in this emerging field. The opening debate at this year’s edition of the School of Data Journalism will bring together leading data journalists and advocates to discuss the past year’s advances in the field and what the future holds. What were the big data stories of the year? What were the key technological developments and projects and what do these developments mean for journalists and newsrooms in Europe? Where is data journalism today and where is it headed?

This session is part of the School of Data Journalism organised in association with European Journalism Centre and Open Knowledge Foundation