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Five data journalists you need to follow on Twitter

Data journalism is gaining importance in our day and age. Increasingly, readers look to data journalists for statistics and facts to find the ‘truth’...

Upcoming journalism events you need to know about (Feb – April)

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...

The Coral Project’s Sydette Harry: ‘People feel that journalism doesn’t seem...

We love the Internet because it’s a treasure chest of information, and a place where we can join groups to communicate with people who...

Social Media for Journalists: Making a case for Facebook

There is one clear fact about journalism and social media, i.e. Twitter is the ‘Holy Grail’ for journalists. The 140 characters in a tweet...

Nicolas Kayser-Bril interview: ‘It’s important to institutionalise data practices’

In 2008, Nicolas Kayser-Bril, a young graduate in media economics, fell into data journalism by chance because he could code simple stuff. He began...

The Wild West of Social Media: 7 Takeaways

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...

Interview: Capioca’s Rebecca Findley on meaningful social networks

If you’re someone who loves ideas, projects and discovery, you’ll be right at home in the new social network that’s currently creating buzz online. Capioca...

BuzzFeed’s success: what it means for 2015

In a post entitled ‘2014 Was Our Favourite Year Yet’, BuzzFeed brags about its metrics. It has every right to - they’re pretty impressive. Just...

Two hours of Interhacktivity: #hackshangout

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...

Interhacktives Live Blog @ ONA Need for Speed

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...

Interview with George Berridge, Wannabe Hacks’ social, communities and campaigns editor

Wannabe Hacks is the foremost community for people looking to enter the world of journalism. Especially in my pre-Interhacktive days, I found it very...

Managing Your Emails Like A Pro

Managing your email requires a time investment that can be difficult to reconcile with being truly productive; these tools should hopefully help you find a happy balance.

Making data accessible: interview with Nick Scott from import.io

Big data. We’ve been hearing it all too often as of late. The world is coming to realise that the amount of information spread...

The Guardian’s TV advert shows how news now embraces social media

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDGrfhJH1P4 The Guardian’s open news TV advert shows how The Three Little Pigs story would be covered in print and online. The video charts the news...

Interhactives Principles

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