The Panama Paper team has no doubt made the highlight of 2nd Investigative Journalism Conference, and today Ms. Mar Cabra, the Editor of ICIJ is sharing how they built the team and how it works. We are here in Nepal, bring you the latest information about the story behind this year’s biggest investigative journalism.
Despite the Panama Paper has made a ground-breaking news, the team is actually quite small, the ICIJ has 12 people on staff who come from different country all over the world, the major communication method is through the Internet, of course. Ms. Cabra has kindly shared her keynote of how the team works, what kind of people they have on board and mostly important, what kind of tools they are using. Feel free to sample information from this link: From Zero to 50%
Continue reading “The Panama Paper: How it works?”
Please tune into 直播：2016年香港立法會選舉點票結果 (The Initium) for live report.
(This is a repost from The Initium by 香港組, click the link to read the original:
各個地區直選最新結果： Continue reading “[Update]2016年香港立法會選舉點票結果”
When: 04:00 pm – 05:00 pm, Aug 29 (Mon), 2016
Where: Unit 1907, Prosperity Millennia Plaza, 663 King’s Road, Hong Kong
Continue reading “[Event]16年後回望「談笑風生」，香港記者曾經的巔峰歲月”
The original article is posted on Caixin Datanews: 下届夏季奥运在东京，再下一届呢？
里约奥运会这届“惊喜处处”的奥运会差一点就在西班牙马德里举行。奥运主办权遴选信息网站GamesBids资料显示，在2009您的第一轮投票中，西班牙的马德里票数领先巴西里约热内卢，不过在其后两轮投票里约赶超马德里。 Continue reading “Where will the next next Olympic Games be held?”
This is a data news report from Initium Media: 148位立法會候選人，你知道誰在臉書最受歡迎？
9成直選候選人都有Facebook專頁，但有Like就有互動嗎？勤發帖就多人看嗎？非直選的組別，又會花心思與網民互動嗎？ Continue reading “Who’s the Most Welcome Legislative Candidates on Facebook?”
Since the ruling of South China Sea came out, this has become the most discussed international issue this week. Seems like every country connected with South China Sea wants a piece of it. Here’s how different country defines their own mare clausum from Bloomberg. Continue reading “South China Sea in Data”
With Brexit vote almost 3 hours in, we take a look of relevant data and comments from major media organizations regarding UK-EU relation, how the result would impact on UK, Hong Kong and China.
First of all, what is Brexit and what is EU? Continue reading “A quick peep of Brexit”
Today is a big day for data journalism of 2016, the winner of DJA competition were announced during a special ceremony and gala dinner at the Vienna City Hall, Austria.
Recap the ceremony here:
Continue reading “Data Journalism Award 2016”
The big data is becoming more and more usual with daily news, and yet a presidential campaign is where it really comes handy. On the other side of the world, an intensive race is going on to decide who will be the next POTUS. Of course, first thing first, Democrat and Republican have to have a single candidate of their own. Five eastern states, including the key swing state of Pennsylvania will hold primaries in just few hours. So who they will pick? The Bloomberg assembled some index try to work out the winner of next key moment (find the origianl here http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2016-04-25/who-will-win-the-april-26-primaries-six-views-point-to-trump-and-clinton). Continue reading “Top Data News of the Week: Who Will Win the April 26 Primaries?”
As news people, we tell truth all the time.
Or are we?!
More and more news are having data as hard evidence to quantify objective facts, so it looks firm, professional and utterly true.
I hate to break it to you, but this is NOT the case! How? Here’s a common example suggested by Dr. Tong Tiejun during the monthly colloquium held by the Data & News Society. Continue reading “Is All Data True in News?”