Sensor journalism: Buzz or BS?
The hype around Sensor Journalism is that it's a major new frontier in Data Journalism. So where are all the examples? Is it buzz or BS? We'll explore that, show some successes and unveil a few projects emerging from the lab.
Travis Hartman: Works for Reuters Graphics. Formerly a photographer and photo editor. likes dogs.
John Keefe is a developer in the Quartz Bot Studio and product manager for Quartz's smartphone apps. He previously led the WNYC Data News Team and is the author of "Family Projects for Smart Objects: Tabletop Projects That Respond to Your World." He teaches at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and blogs at johnkeefe.net. @jkeefe
Amy Schmitz Weiss is a digital journalism innovator and associate professor in the School of Journalism and Media Studies at San Diego State University. She teaches courses in basic writing and editing, data journalism, mobile journalism, sensor journalism, media entrepreneurship and spatial journalism. Her research interests include online journalism, media sociology, news production, multimedia journalism, and international communication. @digitalamysw
Matt Waite is a professor of practice in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He teaches courses in data journalism, web development and the intersection of storytelling and technology. From 2007-2011, he was a programmer/journalist for the St. Petersburg Times where he developed the Pulitzer Prize-winning website PolitiFact. Prior to that he was an award winning investigative reporter. @mattwaite
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