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IRER22 Master Class: Editing the data story

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Sunday, June 26, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. MT

Cost: $35

Instructors: Maud Beelman, Howard Center for Investigative Journalism & Jennifer LaFleur, Center for Public Integrity

Managing a data project presents challenges for any editor. No matter your comfort level with data, this half-day workshop will give you the foundation you need to help make sure your reporters aren’t running with scissors or spinning their wheels on data projects. Veteran editors Maud Beelman & Jennifer LaFleur will guide you through the ins and outs of data journalism from an editor’s point of view, including:

  • How to help reporters find focus for their data stories
  • How to structure and write data-driven investigations
  • Verifying analyses and bulletproofing data stories and apps
  • Using data to find human sources and characters for stories
  • Planning the best data workflows for your newsroom

No data experience is necessary for this workshop. Editors/producers and those interested in newsroom management are welcome. Please bring your own laptop.

Preregistration is required and seating is limited.

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