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Articles tagged Investigative Reporters and Editors (17)

There are thousands of journalists either working from home or in full self-quarantine this week as news outlets try to limit COVID-19’s reach within their organizations.
“It’s a much better problem to have: How are you going to make those all work together, rather than how are you going to make it work at all.”
“We need to address the sustainability question — like now — and we can’t wait any longer to do it.”
“So many news organizations have these kinds of datasets, but don’t have the resources to build out a marketing channel or sales support system to do anything with them. We want to offer that support.”
Have you always wanted to read a book a week for a year or make better, faster-loading maps? Look no further.
“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 Census.IRE.org to include more data. Justin Ellis