Guardian, Times, BBC, Telegraph and Reach (formerly Trinity Mirror) will all be speaking at the third . Data Journalism UK conference on May 3 at the BBC in Salford
Tickets are available here including early bird and afternoon-only options. There are also bursaries available for people on low incomes or from under-represented groups.
As well as industry panels there will be practical sessions to help skill up in data journalism.
The event has sold out in its first two years, so it’s worth booking early if you can.
The Bureau Local’s Megan Lucero
We’ve confirmed the line up for this year’s
Data Journalism UK conference on December 5 — and I’m pretty excited about it.
We’ve managed to pack in networked data journalism and investigations, automation and the internet of things, and some practical sessions too, with my new
MA Data Journalism students pitching in to help.
Tickets are available here including early bird and afternoon-only options, but you’ll need to be quick — the event sold out last year.
Here’s more detail on the running order…
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