WAN-IFRA World Newspaper Congress 2013 (Bangkok) Data Journalism Strategy Masterclass

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Overview of strategies, trends, & tools for re-gearing newsrooms for a data-driven, 'immersive media' future.

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  • ANIC is the continent’s largest fund for experimentation with digital journalism, giving away $1m cash a yr + additional technical & business development support. The 2012 round of funding attracted 514 detailed applications. 20 projects eventually received grants and are currently being built. The initiative has given AMI and its partners unique insights into what newsrooms think the biggest challenges and opportunities are, as well as what possible solutions might be.
  • ANIC is the continent’s largest fund for experimentation with digital journalism, giving away $1m cash a yr + additional technical & business development support. The 2012 round of funding attracted 514 detailed applications. 20 projects eventually received grants and are currently being built. The initiative has given AMI and its partners unique insights into what newsrooms think the biggest challenges and opportunities are, as well as what possible solutions might be.
  • WAN-IFRA World Newspaper Congress 2013 (Bangkok) Data Journalism Strategy Masterclass

    1. 1. DATA REVOLUTIONUsing Data To Make‘News You Can Use’@JustinArenstein1Monday, June 3, 13
    2. 2. www.AfricanNewsChallenge.orgThis presentation is based on insights gained from:2Monday, June 3, 13
    3. 3. http://Code-Africa.orgThe proof-of-concept projects showcased in thispresentation here built by:3Monday, June 3, 13
    4. 4. Age of Search | Age of Conversation4Monday, June 3, 13
    5. 5. Age of Context5Monday, June 3, 13
    6. 6. HyperPersonal Media6Monday, June 3, 13
    7. 7. Immersive Mediahttp://www.google.com/glass7Monday, June 3, 13
    8. 8. Immersive Mediahttp://www.layar.comwww.google.co.za/mobile/goggles8Monday, June 3, 13
    9. 9. TREND 1Extracting Actionable Intelligence from the Noise9Monday, June 3, 13
    10. 10. TREND 2Verification of UGC + Citizen Reportage + Crowdsourced Info10Monday, June 3, 13
    11. 11. TREND 3Open Data + Data Journalism = Evidence-based Discourse11Monday, June 3, 13
    12. 12. TREND 4News as a Service + Solutions Journalism =Decision-making Tools12Monday, June 3, 13
    13. 13. TREND 5Civic Engagement + Mobilisation Tools13Monday, June 3, 13
    14. 14. TREND 6Security + Personal Encryption14Monday, June 3, 13
    15. 15. TREND 7Co-Creation + Rapid Iteration - Tapping into Wider Ecosystems15Monday, June 3, 13
    16. 16. TREND 8Re-Use + Replication - Why ReInvent The Wheel?16Monday, June 3, 13
    17. 17. WORKFLOW CHANGE 1Building Geo-Tagging Into News Gathering & UGChttp://www.HistoryPin.orgAn example of what geo-bedded contextual content could look like17Monday, June 3, 13
    18. 18. WORKFLOW CHANGE 2Building Entity Extraction + Network Analysis In News ProductionJust two existing tools for creating semantic content & mapping connectionsbetween entities within the content.http://OpenCalais.comhttp://Poderopedia.org18Monday, June 3, 13
    19. 19. WORKFLOW CHANGE 3Turning Narrative News into Structured Datahttp://bit.ly/17PAELuNewsrooms need to learn to turn narrative content into structured data,to power a new generation of data-driven apps / platforms.19Monday, June 3, 13
    20. 20. WORKFLOW CHANGE 4Treating News As an APIhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/open-platformhttp://www.mashery.com/Two approaches: 3rd party API management service, or the ‘OpenPlatform’ option20Monday, June 3, 13
    21. 21. http://AfricanNewsChallenge.orghttp://Code-Africa.org21Monday, June 3, 13

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