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Articles by Laura Hazard Owen

Laura Hazard Owen is deputy editor of the Lab. She was previously the managing editor of Gigaom, where she also wrote about digital book publishing. She first became interested in paywalls and other Labby issues as a staff writer at paidContent.
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“Our findings challenge the widespread notion that [data-driven journalism] ‘revolutionizes’ journalism.”
一篇新的研究论文检视了过去四年间被提名获奖的数据新闻项目,发现“数字革命”并未像之前人们预想的那样被广泛和大量地接受。
“Nossas descobertas desafiam a noção generalizada de que [o jornalismo baseado em dados] ‘revoluciona’ o jornalismo em geral, substituindo formas tradicionais de descobrir e apurar notícias”.
“Nuestros hallazgos cuestionan la idea generalizada de que el periodismo basado en datos ‘revoluciona’ al periodismo en general reemplazando las formas tradicionales de descubrir y reportear noticias”.