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Open data: the journalist perspective

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Presentation by Michael Cross at the Making a Difference with Data event in London, March 18 2011

Presentation by Michael Cross at the Making a Difference with Data event in London, March 18 2011

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  • 1.
    • Michael Cross, March 2011
    • [email_address]
    Open data: the journalist perspective
  • 2. Who's buying the beers?
    • £4800 from each of the following: Enterprise Inns Plc, Greene King Plc, Diageo Plc, Heineken UK, Molson Coors Ltd (registered July 2010).
    • £4800 from Mitchells & Butlers plc, Marstons plc and Punch Taverns plc (registered August 2010).
    • £2960 from SABMiller and 1787 from Admiral Taverns (registered September 2010).
    • £4800 from InBev UK, £4800 from Carlsberg UK (registered October 2010).
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  • 14. [email_address] www.michaelcrossjournalist.net @michaelcross @michaelcross @michaelcross

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