As we explore ways that technologists and journalists can come together to bring about change and better inform the public, let’s review some key historical moments in what’s now known as data journalism.
On Wednesday, Sept. 19, gaming industry executives, designers and artists convened with journalists at IGN headquarters in San Francisco to explore how gaming platforms can be used to reach and engage citizens in investigative journalism.
With all the resources and tips coming out of our TechRaking conference, CIR's distribution and online community manager put together a handy list of useful tools for technologists and journalists alike.
On April 12, CIR and Google will co-host TechRaking 2012, an event that will bring together technologists and muckrakers to form a more perfect union by exploring the problems and opportunities that lay before us.
Produced by The Center for Investigative Reporting, The I Files is the first channel for investigative journalism on YouTube. Working with major contributors such as The New York Times, Al-Jazeera, ABC, BBC, Vice, Univision, NPR, PBS, Investigative News Network and many more, The I Files selects and showcases the best stories from around the globe.