40 thoughts on “The inverted pyramid of data journalism

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  16. John Rennie

    The aside, ‘how long before we see data releases alongside press releases’ is interesting. As a journalist who has also written plenty of press releases, I’d observe that the point of a PR is to write the story with the angle you want … so that journos who are lazy/rushed/or simply in need of a good story are presented with just that, and change next to nothing between release and publication. The LAST thing you want the journo to do is to dig, consider and make up his/her own story/angle!

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  17. DJ

    The graphics are a perfect illustration. I think data journalism is the way of the future. Although it’s true what you say about data having its own bias and context, I think it’s going to be the new way to achieve objective journalism.

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