Deep dives part 2
*Moderated by John Bones, Verdens Gang
We'll give three journalists a chance to talk about their data-driven projects. Check back here for more information.
John Bones is Managing Director at SKUP, the Norwegian Foundation for Investigative Reporting. He is one of the Nordic data journalism pioneers, and he has been a journalist and editor at VG, the most read daily newspaper in Norway. Has education in history, statistics, nordic languages and french, and realized trainings in Norway, Denmark, Latvia, Nepal, at VVOJ, at Dataharvest, NICAR, IRE and GIJ Conferences.
Mar Cabra is a multimedia investigative reporter from Spain, member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Her award-winning work has revealed the systematic use of tax havens, misuse of EU fishing subsidies, overfishing in the South Pacific, exposed the lucrative trade of body parts and the overmedication of foster children in the US. She also teaches data journalism in two master degrees and coordinates monthly workshops in the topic in Madrid.
Blake Ellis is an award-winning investigative reporter for CNN. Her work has exposed everything from widespread sexual abuse in nursing homes to one of the longest-running scams in history. It has also inspired legislative action and government investigation.
Melanie Hicken is an award-winning investigative reporter for CNN. Her work, along with reporting partner Blake Ellis, has exposed everything from widespread sexual abuse in nursing homes to a little red pill targeting the elderly. She is also the co-author of A Deal with the Devil, about one of the longest-running scams in history. Follow her at @melhicken.
John Kelly is is an investigative reporter who leads data journalism for Disney's ABC Owned Television Stations in eight markets including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. He's been a reporter, editor and leader in print, broadcast, wire service and digital newsrooms for 25 years including The Associated Press and USA TODAY. He led dozens of award-winning investigations, including a 2017 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He remains based in the Florida community he fell in love with while covering the space program. @jkelly3rd
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