URGENT: Strategy Breakfast - Data journalism Projects in South Africa
REGISTER HERE! ONLINE FORM
Dear IPI Delegate
You are invited to the Strategy Breakfast which will be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), 8:00 - 9:30am, on the 14th April 2014- this coming Monday.
This meeting will be jointly hosted by The Indigo Trust and the African Media Initiative (AMI), at the backdrop of the 2014 IPI World Congress. The aim of this meeting is to unpack the 'fuss' about data journalism and news applications. Speakers will address why data journalism is important for building new audiences and revenue streams, and how newsrooms and activist can use resources come from data ventures.
There will be a showcase of resources like the People's Assembly website, election data APIs which can be used to tell stories which lead to improved government accountability and a more informed citizenry.
Space is limited, so please do not hesitate to RSVP as soon as possible in order to secure your seat, by completing this ONLINE FORM.
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