Search Results for Tag: big data
When: March 21st and 22nd
Where: Geneva, EBU headquarters
What is it? The Big Data Conference hosted by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) brings together journalists, academics, tech people, legal experts and marketers to discuss the different challenges and opportunities that arise in the context of using big data for public service media in Europe.
DateFriday, March 10th, 2017
When: January 18th
Where: Luxembourg Congrès, Luxembourg
What is it? A get-together of various European big data stakeholders.
DateTuesday, January 17th, 2017
While our team members are still attending the ICT conference in Lisbon, Portugal, they have put together a little storify. Check it out to get an impression of the event, their engagement for the Reveal Project and learn more about Big Data in Media.
DateThursday, October 22nd, 2015
When: 01 October 2015
Where: Hamburg, Germany – Kehrwieder Theater
What is it?
Organized by the media network next Media Hamburg and German news agency dpa, Scoopcamp 2015 is an event which draws hundreds of journalists, innovaters and media experts from all over Europe.
DateWednesday, September 30th, 2015
Electronic Media & Entertainment
When: 11 – 12 September 2015
Where: Amsterdam RAI – IBC Exhibition Halls and IBC Future Zone (Hall 8)
What is it?
The IBC Exhibition takes place from 11 – 15 September 2015 in Amsterdam with the IBC Conference running from 10 – 14 September. IBC is a key platform to meet with companies and people active in the international electronic media and entertainment industry.
DateThursday, September 3rd, 2015
Real-time Analysis and Processing of Heterogeneous News Streams with Big Data Technologies
NEWS-STREAM 3.0 aims to develop editorial systems and tools within a Big-Data-Architecture. They support journalists in filtering out relevant information from heterogeneous data streams in a fast and reliable way. In addition, journalists are supported in reviewing and verifying filtered information and to categorise data according to context. Journalists will be able to process in near real-time highly dynamic, unstructured data streams from “open data” sources, sensors and social media. At the same time they can enrich this information with structured internal archive material, external knowledge bases and Linked-Open-Data. The News-Stream 3.0 system allows a fused perspective on diverse sources and enables multimodal, contextualised, real-time journalistic research.
The News-Stream 3.0 system provides media and news providers with relevant technologies, which ensure that the task of core journalism can be effectively conducted in a data driven media future.
Deutsche Welle is a user partner with two journalistic use cases: 1. Automatic filtering and aggregation of multiple sources, and 2. Computer Assisted Reporting. Other tasks are the provision of archive material and practical testing of the pilot system.
The project runs from November 2014 – December 2017.
DateThursday, December 11th, 2014
Tagsbig data, Computer Assisted Reporting, Data Management, Data Pipelines, Heterogeneous Data, journalism, research, Social Stream, Stream Tools
Big Data is one of the most overused buzzwords in recent years. So it is about time to give it a reality check and distinguish hype from true value. The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and the World Newsmedia Network take on this challenge for the media industry organising a one-day conference headlined “Harnessing the Power of Big Data for Media” on May 8th, 2014 in London.
DateWednesday, April 16th, 2014
With a boom in tools and apps to generate infographics and more, this could be changing. One such tool is Datawrapper, developed by Deutsche Welle New Media and one of the 2012 Winners of African News Innovation Challenge (ANIC). It is a prime example of getting a good working and scalable product out of an externally funded project.
“It’s a tool for getting started with data-driven journalism,” says Mirko Lorenz who is the driving force behind the project and part of the innovation team of new media. “We didn’t just want to make showy charts, it’s really about the right diagram for the data at hand.”
DateThursday, December 13th, 2012