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Data Journalism is a discipline that all the main international news media have incorporated in recent years, offering readers visualisations and treatment of data in order to explain the news in a clear and comprehensible way. This will be the first conference focusing on this subject to be held in Spain. Between 24 and 26 May 2013 the CCCB, the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication Studies and Medialab Prado will host a wide-ranging programme of activities.


The CCCB will host the keynote sessions and the Barcamp meeting on Friday 24 May.


 


CONFERENCE:


9.00 a.m. // Doors open


9.30 a.m. // Welcome speech given by Karma Peiró


9.45 - 10.30 a.m. // What is Data Journalism? Mar Cabra


10.45 - 11.45 a.m. // Where to Get Data? Access to Information, Transparency and Open Data. Eva Belmonte (Civio)


12.15 - 1.15 p.m. // The Data Work Process: the Case of The Guardian. John Burn-Murdoch (The Guardian)


1.30 - 2.30 p.m. // Round Table: Data Journalism in the Media in Spain. Judith Argila (TV3), Ricard Gràcia (El Periódico de Catalunya), Juan Luís Sánchez (Eldiario.es) and Eduard Martín-Borregón (Data'n Press).  Karma Peiró.


4.00 - 5.00 p.m. // “Open” and Shared Knowledge: the Open Knowledge Foundation. Michael Bauer and Marc Garriga


5.15 - 6.15 p.m. // Collaboration between Hackers and Journalists. Manuel Aristarán


6.45 - 7.45 p.m. // Wikileaks and Offshore Leaks: The Role of Leaks in Data Journalism. John Burn-Murdoch (The Guardian) and Mar Cabra


8.00-9.00 p.m. // How to Visualise and Interact with Data. Sergio Álvarez Leiva (Vizzuality)


 


BARCAMP: PRESENTATION OF CASE STUDIES


4.00 - 4.15 p.m. // Cartography as a Channel for Communication. Óscar Marín.


4.15 - 4.30 p.m. // Catalunya Dades: communication, civil society, academia, business and administration. Mònica Garriga.


4.30 - 4.45 p.m. // ICONO. Laura Hernández.


4.45 - 5.00 p.m. // How Can Social Networks Help Us to Report on Elections? (@resultados20n, @DebatPSC, the The Vilaweb “Twittometer” and the Sovereignist Map). Eduard Martín-Borregón.


5.15 - 5.30 p.m. // mAPo. Ideogram - Ricard Espelt.


5.30 - 5.45 p.m. // The role of the press in the management and construction of ideologies. Analysis of the press in France and Mexico. Maru Garduño.


5.45 - 6.00 p.m. // Map of Municipalities of Catalonia. Marta Corcoy and Pedro Molina Rodríguez-Navas.


6.00 - 6.15 p.m. // The results of the elections of the Parliament in Barcelona by census sectionFrancisco José Moya.


6.45 - 7.00 p.m. // atNight Project. Mar Santamaria and Pablo Martínez.


7.00 - 7.15 p.m. // Map to navigate the bureaucracy of the Government of Catalonia. Who are they? Where are they? How many? What do they do? Conchita Catalán.


7.15 - 7.30 p.m. // Censo Project - LaNación.com. Manuel Aristarán.


7.30 - 7.45 p.m. // How to get the most relevant information from the social web. Francesc Arroyo.

Participants: James Ball, John Burn-Murdoch, Mar Cabra, Eva Belmonte, Karma Peiró, Judith Argila, Ricard Gràcia, Eduard Martín-Borregón, Michael Bauer, Marc Garriga, Manuel Aristarán, Sergio Álvarez Leiva, Juan Luís Sánchez, Óscar Marín, Mònica Garriga, Laura Hernández, Ricard Espelt, Maru Garduño, Pedro Molina Rodríguez-Navas, Marta Corcoy, Francisco José Moya, Mar Santamaria, Pablo Martínez, Concha Catalán, Francesc Arroyo

This activity is part of Data Journalism 2013, Periodisme de dades

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