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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.”
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Technology is aiding reporting at both the high and the low ends of the business.
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Developers from The Chicago Tribune, WNYC, and The Spokesman-Review will expand Census.IRE.org to include more data. Justin Ellis
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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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