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Bet your bottom dollar, you’ll lose the blues in Chicago

Last updated: 04/13/2018

In March I was fortunate enough to travel with a colleague to Chicago to participate in the annual NICAR (National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting) conference. It’s a f

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Reporting that ‘Focuses on Fixes’

Last updated: 04/12/2018

In Balochistan, Pakistan, suicide bombings make the news. They are a terrible and seemingly intractable problem – 488 people lost their lives in 31 attacks in the last 10 years.

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ClearHealthCosts: Making healthcare prices more transparent

Last updated: 04/11/2018

The U.S. healthcare system hides prices from people. ClearHealthCosts is here to change that. In our system, quite often a bill for medical treatment or service is submitted by th

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Richard Koci Hernandez Named Bloomberg Chair | UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Last updated: 04/07/2018

Associate Prof. Richard Koci Hernandez, an award-winning innovator in journalism and multimedia, has been named the Bloomberg Chair at the Graduate School of Journalism. The Bloom

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Q&A: Matthew Waite – Civic Nebraska

Last updated: 04/07/2018

Matthew Waite, Civic Nebraska’s Strengthening Democracy Awards keynote speaker on April 12 (get tickets here), is a professor of practice of journalism at the University of Nebra

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Introducing #ijf18

Last updated: 04/08/2018

Tweet 0 Share 0 +1 The 2018 festival – the twelfth edition – will be the biggest and best yet, with more than 700 speakers from all over the planet and more than 300 sessions i

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Women are paid less than men: Here's how to fix it

Last updated: 04/07/2018

The deadline of midnight on 4 April has passed and all British companies should, by now, have reported their gender pay gap. Almost eight years after the Equality Act, we have dat

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Tools, tech, and the newsroom: How the Washington Post does it

Last updated: 04/02/2018

With 15 years of experience at the Washington Post, Greg Barber is pretty much a newsroom veteran, yet his work has never gotten old. At the Post, he’s had seven different roles,

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Fellowships To Attend the 2018 Asian Investigative Journalism Conference in Seoul - Global Investigative Journalism Network

Last updated: 03/31/2018

Deadline to apply for the IJAsia18 fellowship is June 1, 2018, 11:59 p.m., Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -5). Winners will be notified via email by July 1, 2018. Uncovering Asia (IJA

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The evolution of data journalism – David Ottewell – Medium

Last updated: 03/30/2018

I’m writing a piece about the evolution of the Trinity Mirror data unit over the last five years, and as a result have been pulling together some of our front-page stories since

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