MAY 03 2016
Basile Simon reports on the 'hacking the newsroom' panel he joined at Perugia's International Journalism Festival
APR 14 2016
Basile Simon, Jacqui Maher, and Sylvia Tippmann went to the International Journalism Festival 2016 in Perugia, and report with a best of the sessions they attended
FEB 10 2016
FEB 04 2016
Nieman Lab and the API think about the emerging role of news product manager
JAN 07 2016
Radar looks at prediction trends in journalism over the forthcoming year
DEC 15 2015
How ECLabs uses the Juicer API to track spending promises ahead of the Spanish general election
NOV 12 2015
Journalism.co.uk have been publishing some essential reading on the theme of data journalism
NOV 04 2015
Alexis Lloyd the creative director of R&D at The New York Times, has published an article entitled ‘The Future of News is Not an Article'
OCT 21 2015
CORRECT!V is a German startup, not for profit, investigative digital media organisation
OCT 07 2015
The Coral Project is building a tool which will distinguish good commenters from trolls
SEP 21 2015
Welcome to Tamsin Green on her first Grad Scheme attachment with News Labs
SEP 17 2015
BBC News Labs at the Data Science for Media Summit
SEP 07 2015
BBC News Labs looks at how our experiments and projects fit into Tony Hall's Charter proposals for the future of the BBC
JUL 23 2015
Esquire Classic Reads proves popular, Go Set a Watchman is trailed by newspapers and Erotica Written by a Robot
JUL 23 2015
First Draft on how Storyful tracked Dylann Roof and Josh Stearns on participatory journalism
JUL 17 2015
Dataminr uses algorithms to sift through public Tweets and other social media data to uncover talked about events as they happen in real time
JUL 10 2015
Finding Stories in Spreadsheets by Paul Bradshaw and Data Pioneers of the Seventeenth Century by Andy Cotgreave
JUL 02 2015
Google News Lab is open for business, offering online lessons in the use of Google tools for journalists.
MAY 20 2015
The Online Journalism Blog has published an interesting guest piece about ‘audiolisation’; the use of sound to represent data
MAY 13 2015
Banjo is a tool for collecting and viewing geolocated social media posts
MAY 13 2015
The New Yorks Times’ has published a story on economic mobility which recognises a viewer's location from their I.P address and changes the text accordingly
MAY 06 2015
The annual International Journalism Festival happened in Perugia, Italy last month. An information-packed five day affair, it’s impossible to go to every one of the hundreds of sessions, but News Labs’ own Jacqui Maher and Iain Collins were on hand to check out as many as possible.
MAY 06 2015
BBC News Labs happy to welcome Jacqui Maher!
APR 23 2015
This 'Development Studio' event took place in Capetown, South Africa, in April 2015.
APR 10 2015
BBC News Labs hosted the Journocoders meetup organised by Elliot Bentley, from the Wall Street Journal, in New Broadcasting House. The topic was handling APIs, based on examples from the Juicer.
APR 01 2015
Cloudstitch is a web app which will help journalists without coding skills to produce data driven interactives which can be incorporated into websites
MAR 26 2015
We invited Universities from around Wales to make, create and write the future of news and to explore the art of the possible with our APIs, innovative data services, and a wealth of content.
MAR 23 2015
Paul Bradshaw of Online Journalism Blog writes Radars guest blog on the theme of data journalism as a technical and a cultural skill
FEB 23 2015
The European Journalism Observatory has published an article by Nicholas Diakopoulos entitled ‘Can Robots Do Public Interest Journalism'.
FEB 04 2015
This creative hack event took place on 3rd and 4th February 2015 in Nairobi, Kenya. It is the 4th event in the #newsHACK programme.
JAN 08 2015
From Echelon Insights, graphics showing the spread of news stories accross Twitter in 2014
DEC 17 2014
The Office for National Statistics have a new look
DEC 02 2014
Fast Company have data mapped the geographic spread of illegally subdivided, high-density dwellings across New York City based on complaints to the Department of Buildings
NOV 19 2014
The BBC’s journalists and technologists gathered in November 2014, for the third BBC Academy Data Day
NOV 14 2014
For the 2nd BBC Data Day, speakers came from the BBC and from other news organisations around Britain to talk about data-journalism and new technologies.
NOV 04 2014
Plenty is happening again this week, so grab your cuppa and let's catch up - Mozfest, Symposium reports, and more
OCT 22 2014
SEP 29 2014
We received some fantastic news from the NYC last week - the two papers we submitted for The Computational Journalism Symposium event were accepted.
MAY 02 2014
The second event in our #newsHACK strand, focussing on the future of news curation - at scale.
Datastringer will help you subscribe to data sources, and will notify you when patterns arise or thresholds are broken.
Bring together a cadre of journalists, designers, digital strategists, coders, and humanitarians from around the world to deepen our understanding of the crisis and develop innovative ways to tell the story of the refugees.
An attempt to show news events seamlessly on stock charts