Tipsheets and tips from GIJC 2021Suggest edits
Greetings, hacks and hackers! The Global Investigative Journalism Conference is over for this year, but GIJN has uploaded nearly 200 tipsheets and presentations online.
The content includes guides, session recordings and more than 30 stories reported in seven languages.
Worth a read:
- This writeup from Towards Data Science goes over how to analyze high resolution satellite imagery data with QGIS to look at waste dumps and landfills in several countries.
- The Reuters Institute surveyed news leaders from 42 countries and found that the vast majority of newsrooms are either planning to or already have implemented remote or hybrid working models.
- Using colors from a bubble chart created in the 1890s, a visualization consultant applied modern color theory principles to create a data visualization-friendly color palette.
- Anywhere - Managing Editor, Devex
- Anywhere - Frontend Engineer, News Revenue Hub
- Asia - Staff Editor & Correspondent, The New Humanitarian
- Austria - Head of Advocacy, International Press Institute
- Bosnia & Herzegovina - Daily News Interns, OCCRP
- Canada - Digital Product Designer, Global News Digital Team
- UK - Technology Editor, Bureau of Investigative Journalism
- UK - Protection Programme Assistant, ARTICLE 19
- US - Sr. Editor, Futuro Unidad Hinojosa
- US - Local Data Reporter, ProPublica
- US - Data Visuals Fellow, Texas Tribune
- US - Visual Enterprise Editor, Washington Post
- March 3-6, 2022, Atlanta, USA, NICAR
- March 7-10, 2022, Online, MozFest
- April 1-2, 2022, Austin, USA, International Symposium on Online Journalism
- April 6-10, 2022, Perugia, Italy, International Journalism Festival
- June 22-23, 2022, Minneapolis, USA, SRCCON
- Rolling deadline, Pitch freelance stories in US news deserts to Parachute
- Rolling deadline, Funding from Google to fact-check vaccine misinformation
- Rolling deadline, Eyebeam grants for artistic contributions to journalism