Data and investigations: collaborating across borders

2013-04-25 09:30:00 2013-04-25 11:00:00 Europe/Rome Data and investigations: collaborating across borders #ijf13 Nella sessione vedremo cosa c'è dietro alcuni dei principali progetti collaborativi e delle piattaforme d'inchiesta in Europa e Asia, come Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, farmsubsidy.org, Help Me Investigate e OpenSpending. Ci focalizzeremo su come i diversi approcci al giornalismo d'inchiesta possano mettersi insieme. Quali tecniche e conoscenze implementare? Cosa possiamo imparare dagli altri progetti per sviluppare un buon giornalismo investigativo attraverso le piattaforme dati? Come possiamo incoraggiare la collaborazione attraverso queste piattaforme, superando la naturale circospezione dei giornalisti e la loro riluttanza a condividere una storia? Come mantenerle in vita, data la tendenza dei giornalisti a spostarsi su altre storie, dopo l'iniziale scoop? E, infine, come rendere attraenti al pubblico le piattaforme dati attraverso l'interattività, lo storytelling e la personalizzazione? Organizzato in collaborazione con European Journalism Centre e Open Knowledge Foundation Hotel Brufani - Sala Raffaello - Perugia

data journalism

  • 09:30 - 11:00   thursday 25/04/2013

Hotel Brufani - Sala Raffaello

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James Ball
special projects editor The Guardian
Liliana Bounegru
data journalism researcher
Friedrich Lindenberg
data journalist OCCRP
Jack Thurston
co-founder farmsubsidy.org

In this session, we bring you the minds behind some of the most successful collaborative investigation platforms and projects in Europe and Asia – from the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, to FarmSubsidy.org, Help Me Investigate and OpenSpending.

The panelists will focus on how can the different cultures of investigative journalism and hacking be brought together. What techniques and knowledge can developers bring to investigative journalism? How can we learn from and build on other projects to produce good investigative journalism around data platforms? How can collaboration across borders be encouraged through these platforms in spite of the guarded nature of journalists’ work and reluctance to share a story with others? How can these platforms be kept alive given the journalists tendency to move to new stories once they have done the initial “scoop”? Finally, how can we make data platforms more attractive to the general public through interactivity, storytelling and personalisation?

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









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