NODA conference 2016:

Money streams, source protection and data journalism

With a clear goal to spread the best of data journalism and investigative journalism, the third NODA conference took place in Helsinki.

Speakers from the Guardian, Google and Schibsted, as well as international reporters and academic experts, gathered in Helsinki for the Nordic Data Journalism (NODA) conference on April 22-23.

From the ViSmedia project, Astrid Gynnild, Turo Uskali and Nicholas Diakopoulos participated (picture to the right).

This was the third time the NODA conference’s was held; the first took place in Stockholm in November 2013, the second in Ålesund in Norway in 2015. This year the conference was joined with the Tutki!2016 conference, which is arranged by The Association for Investigative Journalism in Finland.

The aim of the conference is to bring news and research about data journalism and digital storytelling to journalists, designers, editors and developers in newsrooms in the Nordic countries, as well as to media researchers and students.

Read more about the Norwegian Drones in the media conference here.

Read more about the first HEIRRI conference here.

 

Presentations from the conference

Algorithmic accountability

Nicholas Diakopoulos – keynote speaker

Drone exploration in journalism

Astrid Gynnild – project leader ViSmedia

Towards mobile data journalism

Turo Uskali