Sunday, February 22nd, 2015
4:00 pm (Melbourne time / AEDT - convert to your timezone?)

Web and Flow

Doing Data Journalism


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Among a lot of apprehensiveness about journalism and the media, data journalism is a unique and relatively new way journalists make the net work best for them and their audiences. In this panel, three young Australian journalists chat about when data journalism works best, how we can keep building on it, and who its consumers are.

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Artists in this event:

Broede Carmody

Broede Carmody is a journalist for SmartCompany and StartupSmart. He is also on the Voiceworks editorial committee. Previously, Broede was the editor of RMIT’s student magazine Catalyst.


Liam Mannix

Journalist for The Age with a side-specialty in data journalism and visualization.


Michelle See-Tho

Michelle See-Tho is a freelance writer and journalist and a Master of Journalism student at the University of Melbourne. She enjoys playing around with Photoshop, especially when it includes numbers in pretty colours and fonts.

You can find examples of her work athttp://michelleseetho.com and follow her on Twitter @stmischa.