Data Driven Journalism

Managing Data Journalism Projects

by Jacopo Ottaviani

Bringing a data journalism project to a good end is not an easy task. There are a lot of variables and processes at play that need to be managed and accounted for before the project can be produced and in the end published.

In this course you will learn:

How to manage a data journalism project from the start until publication. You will learn all about the different processes and tasks that go behind a data journalism project and how to manage these tasks. How to choose a good team and make sure they work together.

In the end we will see how to publish your content in multiple languages.

Course overview

  • Module 1: Variables and processes at play (11:57)
  • Module 2: Production and publication (7:41)

Course instructor

Jacopo Ottaviani

Freelance, Journalist (IT)

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