Master class: Telling the data story across platforms **pre-registered attendees only
No matter your media type, a successful data story or investigation requires the ability to connect with audiences on several platforms, including broadcast, digital and social media. But with limited time and resources, it can be challenging to develop and execute a plan that cuts across media.
- Identifying which platforms to use to tell your story
- Techniques for making data and documents work across platforms
- Developing a project team and getting buy-in from newsroom leaders
- Common challenges and red-flags — dealing with marketing/promotions departments, ensuring accuracy across platforms and measuring success
This session is good for reporters, editors and producers. We’ll talk about the roles each person plays in this process, and provide tips to take back to your team. Please come with a story you’re investigating to workshop as well as your laptop.
Preregistration is required and seating is limited.
NOTE: Registration is required for this session. Click here to sign up.
Josh Hinkle is KXAN’s Director of Investigations & Innovation, leading the station’s duPont and IRE Award-winning investigative team on multiple platforms. He also leads KXAN’s political coverage as the executive producer and host of “State of Texas,” a weekly program focused on the Texas Legislature and elections, seen in 14 markets statewide. @hinklej
Lisa Pickoff-White is a data reporter at KQED, a public radio and tv station based in San Francisco. She previously has worked at the Center for Investigative Reporting and other outlets. Her work has been honored with awards from the Online News Association, Investigative Reporters and Editors, the Society of Professional Journalists and SXSW Interactive. Feathered dinosaur and data enthusiast. @pickoffwhite
No tipsheets have yet been uploaded for this event.