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Looking to network and improve your professional knowledge through data and digital journalism events? Worry not; Interhacktives has done all the research for you. Here's list of unmissable events taking place from February to April you can pop into your...
The Data Journalism Awards organised by the Global Editor’s Network (GEN) showcase some of the best data journalism every year. Here we take a look at past winners in anticipation for this year's awards. In August 2013, Nicolas Kayser Bril, a French data journalist and...
A prototype of a tool that seeks to detect biased reporting of scientific research has emerged tops at the first City University London Hackathon. The aim of the model, christened Neutron, is to help detect “churnalism”— reproduction of press releases...
The first City University London Hackathon will take place this weekend as part of the BBC News Labs’ University Challenges. Organised by BBC News Labs & Connected Studio in collaboration with City, the event brings together 23 participants from the...
Are you a journalist with a data-driven project you are proud of? Apply to the Data Journalism Awards (DJAs) 2016 now The Data Journalism Awards are the biggest competition to reward the world's best data journalism. Submission is open until 10 April...
City University played host to a book launch and panel discussion that included Nick Phipps of Sky News, Megan Lucero of The Times and The Sunday Times, and City University lecturer Tom Felle last week. All of whom contributed to...
October’s edition of Hacks/Hackers was a bustling affair held at Twitter’s London HQ. Organised by the Wall Street Journal's Sarah Marshall, Twitter's Joanna Geary and PixieLab's Peter MacRobert, a healthy cohort of interhacktives were in attendance. Here’s what we...
Pioneers from the frontiers of social media newsgathering and user-generated content (UGC) shared their wisdom at News:rewired's 'in focus' event last week. Below are my seven takeaways from "The Wild West of Social Media" panel event, featuring Aine Kerr, managing editor...
Postgraduate and job application deadlines are drawing near. Maybe you've already got an interview or a place at a newspaper lined up and want to be a bit more prepared. Maybe you're embarking on a year of freelancing and...
It was over donuts and sushi that Interhacktives found out more about corporate networks and how to access company data. Last Wednesday, a pack of 13 of us attended the meetup "Flash Hacks: Map the Banks", an initiative by the London-based organisation...
Looking for the best infographics of 2013? Malofiej22 is a world infographic summit held annually in Pamplona, Spain. Missed it?  Interhacktives have storified of the highlights that came out of the latest Malofiej22, held on 26 - 28 March. The best...
Gerard Baker, editor of the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones, spoke at City University about business journalism and the online publishing strategies they must take to survive...
Our tutorial on data journalism will start at 6pm today (Monday 24th March) – click here for the link.   To see last week's tutorial on social media verification, click here.   The time for our first hour of Interhacktivity is almost upon us. The tutorials...
If you've ever wondered what it takes to become a modern day journalist with a wide set of skills in terms of data and social, Interhacktives are here to assist you. We are going to share the knowledge we...
This afternoon from 5 PM, Interhacktives will live blog from the Online News Association discussion and networking event of 2014. Journalists and guest speakers will discuss how digital journalists and editors juggle the need for speed and the need for accurate reporting...
Here's how the Interhacktives got on at The TImes' "Build The News" competition
Interhacktives was at last week's MediaLab Session. Find out about the joint venture of Newspaper Club and The Guardian.
Hacks Hackers London met-up in late November, and introduced some excellent new tools. What were they?
Read our live blog from the Big Data Debate.
Last night Barcelona against drew PSG in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-finals clash. Scoring two goals in Paris set up the Catalan giants for a spot in the semifinals. But not all was good news for...