This season’s second Data & News Society Colloquium on 30 November introduced students and professors to Wang Feng, editor-in-chief of the Financial Times Chinese Network. Wang’s focus on online and digital news have led him to positions with Caijing Magazine in Beijing, the South China Morning Post, and founding Reuter’s Chinese language outlet. He and his teams have previously won the Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) Award of Editorial Excellence, as well as an Asian Digital Media Award.
#IJAsia2016 Uncovering Asia: The Second Asian Investigative Journalism Conference. On Kathmandu Nepal. It is a big training event, with over 60 panel discussions, workshops, and demonstrations.U can meet Panama Paper team, Spotlight team and the journalists all over the world.
ProPublica has proudly announced its first-ever Summer Data Institute, a 10-day intensive workshop on how to use data, design and code for journalism. The workshop will be from June 1st to 15th in our NYC offices.
Original source: https://projects.propublica.org/graphics/summer)
The Summer Data Institute is completely free to attend. ProPublica will provide lodging and cover round trip travel costs to New York City, as well as local travel costs to and from their offices.
Additionally, ProPublica is offering a limited number of need-based stipends to help those who may otherwise not be able to attend. Requests for stipends are part of the application.