Get an early look at at the GIJC scheduleSuggest edits
The Global Investigative Journalism Conference released an early look at its program, which features nearly 200 workshops, expert panels, networking sessions and special events.
The conference will be held September 19-22 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Find out more info about it on the conference site here.
Worth a read:
- Nieman Lab compiled AI usage guidelines from several news organizations to examine and compare how they cover key themes like transparency, cautious experimentation and strategic intentions.
- The American Press Institute is publishing a Mental Health Reset series for journalists, and this piece from the series explains how constant multitasking can negatively affect mental health and gives tips on how to better organize your schedule to prioritize strategic thinking.
- A data journalism professor analyzed 100 pieces of data journalism to see if there were common angles the stories took, and found that most of them fell into one of four categories: scale, change and stasis, ranking and outliers, and variation
- Anywhere - The Fix, Operations Manager
- Belgium - Journalismfund, Project Coordinator
- Germany - CORRECTIV, Newsletter Editor
- UK - BBC, Regional Research Manager
- US - CalMatters, Investigative Editor
- US - NBC, Visuals Producer
- US - NPR, Sr. News Apps Developer
- US - Washington Post, Sr. Full Stack Engineer