Der SPIEGEL and Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW)
invite you to ‘StoryDay#19‘, a conference on the topic of “digital storytelling.” Prof. Dr. Wiebke Loosen
from the Leibniz Institute for Media Research will also be part of this event. Multimedia and data journalists from leading German editorial offices will present their best projects in workshops. Scientists will talk about their experiments in journalism and impact research. Evidence-based knowledge to go, for the everyday work in the editing room, for the next research or the next seminar.
Wiebke Loosen and the science journalist Jakob Vicari will give a workshop together on the topic of data journalism.
Sensor-Journalismus: Eine Story in Daten
[Sensor Journalism: A Story in Data]
“Networked technology can make journalism better“, says science journalist Jakob Vicari. “Why does nobody use it?” Well, that is not quite true: Vicari’s projects like “Superkühe [Super Cows]” show that sensor journalism is already being used today in applications that look to the big data future of journalism. What is still journalism, what is IT? How do data collections become stories? And how does journalism research look at this new form of data journalism?