What's the data driven journalism (#ddj) crowd tweeting about? Moving maps, corruption in banks, life on earth (again), and more! Here are the week's Top Data Journalism Links on Twitter (for October 16-24), including items from Mapacino, NiemanLab, and Simon Rogers. Continue Reading →
GIJN member Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ) will host its seventh annual forum for Arab investigative journalists in Amman in December. The conference, whose theme is "Arab Media: The Battle for Independence," will feature 30 + panels and trainings with speakers like Sy Hersh, Marwan Muashar, Tim Sebastian, and more.
At long last we can retire Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein as the icons of investigative reporting. With his second book probing the dark tunnels of the so-called war on terror, James Risen has established himself as the finest national security reporter of this generation... Although parts of Risen’s new revelations have been published in the Times or elsewhere, here they are fleshed out in richly reported chapters studded with eye-popping new charges. Continue Reading →
There’s been much talk lately about the possibilities offered by new technologies in opening up restrictive regimes and democratizing the production of journalism. Are we living in a Golden Age of Global Muckraking? Continue Reading →
What's the data driven journalism (#ddj) crowd tweeting about? Here are the week's Top Data Journalism Links on Twitter (for October 10-16), including items from the Washington Post, Herodote, the BBC and more. Continue Reading →