Megan Lucero has seen it all. The former head of data at The Times and The Sunday Times is now directing her attention to local data journalism as the head of the Local Data Lab at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism. In a (second) discussion with the Interhacktives, Megan talks about her decision to leave […]
I met Paul Bradshaw, head of the Online Journalism MA at the University of Birmingham, at the Data Journalism UK conference held at the BBC in Birmingham. Paul agreed to be interviewed for Interhacktives to sum up the day.
Next week it will be one month since I started my MA Interactive at City University, London. So much has happened over the last few weeks: a crazy ride which included relocating to London, getting to know the city, looking the wrong way when crossing the street and -mostly- getting my first important tweet wrong: […]
It is not easy to explain what Interhacktives is. As the digital journalism blog from City University’s Interactive Journalism MA gets back online for its fifth year, it is worth pointing out what has been done here in the past, what we want to do now and in the next few months. The past Over […]
In this week’s Data Day, Luke Barratt is joined by Matteo Moschella to discuss the use of data in sport journalism. Data is omnipresent in the reporting of sport, particularly recently. The closing of the Barclays Premier League January transfer window has prompted a glut of visualisations on the month’s top stories. Most of the […]