Issue #87 | 2018-08-01
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Welcome to the first newsletter of August, and it's a newsletter packed with tools and tips, including a list for investigative journalists that I wrote up for a new monthly column I'm writing for the Global Investigative Journalism Network. Aside from that we also have some interesting insight in building data journalism in the newsroom, a look at Reuters new app, and Google's plans to include data journalism results in searches. 

The real world challenges of growing data journalism in newsrooms

Kuang Keng has spent a decade working to build data journalism in Southeast Asian newsrooms but says that simply providing data journalism training for journalists is not enough. There are a number of useful insights in this interview on how advocates can grow data journalism in newsrooms around the world. 


Google is working with news orgs to show more of their data journalism results in search results

The company is working with a few news organizations, including ProPublica, to produce structured data in the format it needs for its search index. 

The Economist experiments with tabletop AR to explore the future of food

The Economist is using augmented reality to help readers understand what their food might look like in 30 years.

Blockchain startup Civil launches a $1 million fund to support media startups in Asia

Civil is partnering with Splice Newsrooms to distribute $1 million with the intention of creating 100 media startups in Asia over the next three years. 

Reuters new app focuses on engagement, not pageviews

Although the agency publishes more than 5,000 pieces of content every day, its primary focus with its new app is to get readers to spend more time in the app.

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