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25 Tips for Everyday Digging

Photo: Kotivalo at Wikipedia Commons (CC License). By Bruno Ingemann & Nils Mulvad Some of the best tips and techniques come out of the annual meetings by our colleagues in Scandinavia, and this year is no different. More than 600 participants attended the SKUP conference in Tønsberg, Norway, on April 8-10. Among the presenters: Bruno Ingemann, […]

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IRE Journal celebrate 40 years of the US-based organisation.

40 years of investigative journalism in Europe — a fast trip

A short overview for IRE Journal to celebrate 40 year for the US-based Investigative Reporters and Editors.Together with former IRE director Brant Houston, I organized the first two global conferences and founded the Global Investigative Journalism Network in 2003. BEFORE 1975 Lone journalists and a few news organizations in many cases investigated specific stories, but […]

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12 journalist working to get the practical methods of data journalism to work for them at DeloData. Journalist and project leader of DeloData at Delo, Anuška Delić, in front.

Free or cheap data tools for a newsroom

Basic free or cheap data tools can be used by newsrooms. This is my list of advices after five days of training at the daily Delo in Slovenia with the aim of making it possible for them to work on data stories with free or inexpensive tools and a lot of new data.   The […]

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Ressources for GIJC-conference in Rio 2013

Ressources for GIJC-conference in Rio 2013

Google Fusion Open Refine Helium Scraper Social and mobile media for investigative journalism. Paul Myers: Researchclinic Pitch of Investigative Reporting Denmank and a concrete cross-border project on pesticides. Material for the network-meeting on climate and environment. Handout with methods, findings and tips for uncovering secrets in food and nature. We will upload material, when it […]

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Data-use explode in journalism

Data-use explode in journalism

Use of data-possibilities in investigative journalism explodes in these years. That was one of my statements at the 7th Global Conference for Investigative Journalism and Computer-Assisted Reporting. With more than 500 participants from over 80 countries the conference in Geneva from 22th to 25th of April 2010 was a big revitalization of the network. The […]

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Computer-Assisted Reporting spreading

Overview of CAR

Panel at the global investigative journalism conference in Geneva 22th of April 2010 By nils.mulvad@kaasogmulvad.dk Computer-Assisted Reporting has spread from US to the rest of the World. But still it’s only rarely spread. Main tendencies today 1.    Journalists and medias are behind due to the fact that we hate numbers, data and information technology. 2.   […]

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Yarly CAR-conference in Phoenix

Speakers at Nicar-conference

Tommy Kaas and Nils Mulvad participate in the conference on Computer-Assisted Reporting in Phoenix 11-14th of March 2010 – both as speakers. Tommy Kaas Conduct 2 sessions on Google Maps together with Mike Corey, while Nils Mulvad join 2 panels as a speaker. One is on  integrating Computer-Assisted Reporting and Investigative reporting with social medias, […]

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