Editing the data story
*Moderated by David Armstrong, Georgia News Lab
Managing a data project presents challenges for any editor. Hear from a panel of veterans who have successfully guided data-based stories from conception to conclusion.
David Armstrong is the director of The Georgia News Lab, an award-winning investigative reporting collaborative. He is a veteran investigative reporter and editor. He served as bureau chief of the National Security News Service in Washington, D.C., and earlier as editor of the Texas Observer. He is the principal author of the book, “America and the Islamic Bomb: the deadly compromise,” an investigation of global nuclear trafficking networks. @GeorgiaNewsLab
Joel Engelhardt is one of two investigative team editors at The Palm Beach Post, where he has worked since 1992. He spent 11 years as a reporter, seven years as an editorial writer and since late 2010 has been an I-team editor. Joel also worked for newspapers in Peoria, Ill., and Greeley, Colo. He is a Chicago native and 1983 graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. @JoelEpbpost
Shawn McIntosh is editorial director at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, overseeing news content, including investigative reporting and data journalism. A career-long member of IRE, she credits the training and camaraderie offered here for any success she has had. She has previously been top editor in Jackson, Miss., and worked in investigative roles at The Dallas Morning News and USA TODAY. @shawnmcintosh and @AJCInvestigate
John Walton is the data journalism editor at BBC News. He has been using QGIS for map making since 2013. John has previously held mapping workshops at Nicar and the Graphical Web conference. He has also contributed a chapter to the recently published book, Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future. @walt_jw
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