LiveCity is a new data-driven project from Le Parisien that aims to bring together a range of public data sources to serve audiences across its web pages and apps. In a guest post for the Online Journalism Blog, I spoke to Project Director Stanislas de Livonnière about the challenge of aggregating one city’s dispersed open and live data feeds into a single set of dashboards and widgets that could be integrated into the outlet’s website and apps.
Read the story here on the OJB ➡️ https://onlinejournalismblog.com/2018/10/03/spatiotemporal-storytelling-le-parisien-data-aggregation/
I was fortunate enough to attend Data Journalism UK 2017, the event’s second edition. The conference was held at the BBC in Birmingham.
Among other things, a significant insight was that data and investigative journalism are now much more interested in local stories than ever before. Typically, ground-breaking investigations and data stories are developed with the national or regional picture in mind.
But recent initiatives like the BBC’s Local News Partnerships, the Bureau Local and Urbs Media are set to broaden investigations and data scrutiny to local governments and organisations.
See how by reading this article ➡️ https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/in-the-uk-data-journalism-and-investigations-are-getting-more-local-than-ever/s2/a714339/