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Interhacktives talk to Angelo Zehr, data journalist with @srfnews about their story - 20 years, 20 titles - the career of Roger Federer and why they used a three step approach to publish the story. 1. The storyhttps://bit.ly/2IONSgM2. The methodologyhttps://bit.ly/2I3H9OP3. The codehttps://srfdata.github.io/Listen out for his vital tip on how to pr…
 
Starting a podcast can be a daunting prospect, but if 'Data Day' can teach you anything, it's that the barrier for entry is incredibly low.On this final episode of 'Data Day', Bridie Pearson-Jones joins Luke Barratt as they discuss what makes some of their favourite podcasts great, why podcasting is such a compelling format for modern journalists, …
 
In this week’s podcast, Luke Barratt and Jasper Pickering talk about the growing importance of live-streaming on Facebook for media organisations and the average Joe alike. As Facebook grows its video platform, Zuckerburg is pushing users to interact with each other via live video feed. No longer are the broadcasters telling us what to do from atop…
 
Despite numerous technological innovations — from 360-degree video (http://bit.ly/2kS5VJe) to social media live-streaming (http://bit.ly/2kSfF63) to robot journalists (http://bit.ly/2kSfVSH) — the trusty old email seems to be increasing in importance in the newsroom. Quartz, for instance, has several journalists based across the world work on its d…
 
In this week's Data Day, Luke Barratt is joined by Matteo Moschella to discuss the use of data in sport journalism.Data is omnipresent in the reporting of sport, particularly recently as the closing of the Barclays Premier League January transfer window has prompted a glut of visualisations on the month's top stories.Check out some of the code used…
 
360° video is an emerging format and, like all emerging formats, must go through an uncertain period of experimentation. As journalists begin to push the boundaries for this storytelling device, the Interhacktives discuss the merits, challenges and funny side of all things 360°. It has to be seen to be believed, so head to http://bit.ly/2khA7gR.In …
 
On this week's 'Data Day', Ayushman Basu and Luke Barratt discuss the opening of a survey for journalists by the Government Statistical Survey. The Government is looking for feedback on how to improve their provision of open data.You can respond to the survey here: http://bit.ly/2jU47jeThe main focus of the survey is on the possibility of creating …
 
This is Interhacktives’ latest attempt to persuade you that data journalism can be relatable and human, and this time we’ve teamed up with a powerful ally: Christmas.Christmas is a time of year for turkey, mince pies, stuffing, stockings, trees, treats, presents, and… data? On this week’s Data Day, James Somper and Luke Barratt look through the new…
 
On this week's Data Day, Luke Barratt and Bridie Pearson-Jones discuss what relationship tech companies in Silicon Valley can or should be doing to resist Donald Trump. Such companies overwhelmingly supported Clinton in the US election, and have in the past been outspokenly progressive on social issues.However, the Intercept reported that of nine t…
 
Entries are now open for the Data Journalism Awards 2017, as of 28 November. Interhacktives are the media partners of this year's awards, and on this podcast, Luke Barratt and Ryan Watts give them an introduction.Past winners have included the Panama Papers, but this year for the first time, there is a category for students and young data journalis…
 
Did Pope Francis endorse Donald Trump? Did Hillary Clinton sell weapons to Isis? If you don't know the answers to these questions, you may have been the victim of fake news. In the first episode of a new podcast from Interhacktives – Data Day – Ella Wilks-Harper and Luke Barratt discuss the rise of fake news, question whether the crisis has been ov…
 
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