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“I would hope it would become just a normal part of journalism, that there would be no more “data journalism” — that it just becomes part of what we do.”
Technology is aiding reporting at both the high and the low ends of the business.
Developers from The Chicago Tribune, WNYC, and The Spokesman-Review will expand to include more data. Justin Ellis
The site was asked to take down emails that were part of an investigation into a News Corp. subsidiary in Australia. Justin Ellis
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