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    Episode 54: Conversation with Duncan Geere, Pei Ying Loh and Rodolfo Almeida

    Episode 54: Conversation with Duncan Geere, Pei Ying Loh and Rodolfo Almeida

    Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time. So what can data journalists do to help audiences understand this complex issue and help evade audience apathy? Powering your climate stories with visualisation is one way to awaken emotion and inspire change. To delve further into this, we caught up with information designer Duncan Geere, data journalist Pei Ying Loh from The Kontinentalist, and visual journalist Rodolfo Almeida from Nucleo. They talk us through their climate stories and share their best practices for visualising climate solutions journalism.

    • 53 min
    Episode 53: Conversation with Betsy Ladyzhets & Dillon Bergin (Muckrock)

    Episode 53: Conversation with Betsy Ladyzhets & Dillon Bergin (Muckrock)

    In our latest episode, we spoke about the importance of using collaboration to tell better data stories. Muckrock's Betsy Ladyzhets and Dillon Bergin talk about the power of working with local journalists and scientific experts to find hidden stories. The pair also give us an overview of Muckrock's tools that can help journalists hold governments to account.

    • 50 min
    Episode 52: Conversation with Simon Rogers & Bahareh Heravi (Google, University of Surrey)

    Episode 52: Conversation with Simon Rogers & Bahareh Heravi (Google, University of Surrey)

    In our latest episode, we spoke about the importance of archiving data journalism. Bahareh Heravi from The University of Surrey and Simon Rogers from Google discuss the challenges and the solutions to address this growing problem of lost content.

    • 34 min
    Episode 51: Conversation with Karrie Kehoe & Emilia Diaz-Struck (ICIJ)

    Episode 51: Conversation with Karrie Kehoe & Emilia Diaz-Struck (ICIJ)

    In our latest episode, we sat down with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists to discuss the Uber Files. The investigation, first leaked to The Guardian, reveals how Uber flouted laws, duped police, exploited violence against drivers, and secretly lobbied governments during its global expansion. Data journalist Karrie Kehoe and data & research editor Emilia Díaz-Struck talk to us about what was involved in investigating and building a narrative around this massive data leak of 124,000 files.

    • 39 min
    Episode 50: Conversation with Marketa Hulpachova (Tehran Bureau)

    Episode 50: Conversation with Marketa Hulpachova (Tehran Bureau)

    This episode explores how to approach data journalism in a closed-information society like Iran. We spoke to Tehran Bureau's Marketa Hulpachova, director of investigations and research at the independent media outlet. She explains the economic challenges for everyday people inside the sanctioned country and how these protests differ from previous ones. We also learn how her corruption investigations use publicly available information to explore the business ties and growing wealth of leading figures in the Iranian regime.

    • 43 min
    Episode 49: Conversation with Jenna Corderoy, Ken Foxe & Attila Biro

    Episode 49: Conversation with Jenna Corderoy, Ken Foxe & Attila Biro

    This Conversations with Data podcast episode explores how journalists are grappling with Freedom of Information requests around Europe. We hear how the UK, Ireland and Romania's access to information laws differ, along with the challenges in successfully filing FOI requests and navigating the appeals process.

    • 53 min

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