I graduated from Boston University with a degree in journalism. I’m currently unemployed and cover college hockey mostly for free, so I freelance on the side. Despite not having a full-time job, I don’t regret graduating with a journalism degree.
When you work with as much data as we do—and trust me, it’s a lot—it’s humbling to show off the actual journalistic output we support. So, we’ve compiled a list of the 20 stories that held your attention longest in 2015 — for a grand total of 685,231,333 Engaged Minutes (or more than 1,300 years). …
"If journalists won't take a stand for core liberties like free expression — and then be leaders in the campaign to save or restore them — we'll be fit to call ourselves entertainers, and not much else."
Sarah Cohen, editor of The New York Times’ computer-assisted reporting team, spoke to an audience at the Walter Cronkite School about misconceptions surrounding data reporting and what exactly goes into it as part of the school’s Must See Mondays speaker series. Read story
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