The CCCB and the URL host the third edition of the Conference of Data Journalism

This year the international presence is led by developer ProPublica Al Shaw and the journalist and founder of Formicablu and DataJournalism, Elisabetta Pond.

Between 4 and 7 June Barcelona focuses on the data. Data journalism in particular, with the celebration of the third edition.

As in previous editions, the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona y la facultad de Comunicación de la Blanquerna-Universitat Ramon Llull will be filled with presentations, debates and workshops on how to make the most of data journalism. The main speakers are Jesus Escudero, Antonio Delgado or Idoia Sota, apart from international guests.

The conference will start on Thursday June 4 with a hackathon for journalistic essays organized by the Global Editors Network in the College of Journalists of Barcelona. In the afternoon, CaixaFòrum hosts the inaugural session of the conference with a discussion between Al Shaw and Elisabetta Pond.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be the turn of the marathon sessions with different proposals to cover the various uses and aspects that characterize this aspect of the data. A conference dedicated to the editors , but also programmers and designers working in the media, because the results are multidisciplinary.

More information : JPD - Third Conference of Data Journalism

Publication date: Friday, 29 May 2015
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