Where Science Meets Storytelling: Reporting from the Unsurfaced Web

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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This session will focus on how new media and technology ventures are exploring beyond trending topics and using public data to discover exclusive stories, hidden perspectives, and emerging issues around the world. From data mining and signal detection to massive data collection and analysis, these teams are changing the way news is gathered and quickly reshaping how we see world-changing events.

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Featuring

Ted Bailey
CEO, Founder & Chairman, Dataminr
Gregory Gittrich
Chief Content Officer, Vocativ
Damien Patton
Founder and CEO, Banjo
Áine Kerr
Managing Editor, Kinzen
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