Reveal and Autodesk convened a workshop at Autodesk Pier 9 to explore the intersection of sensor journalism and the art of data sonification.
TechRaking is not an event. TechRaking is people. TechRaking is work. TechRaking is hard. Hard to make happen, hard to run, hard to follow up on. Yet we do, and we are motivated by a single idea: to make journalism better through smart solutions and smart connections. This year we have hosted eight TechRaking events
At The Center for Investigative Reporting’s 12th TechRaking event in Cambridge, Massachusetts, attendees gathered to brainstorm ways to validate the sources of digital images in an ever-churning landscape of Web content.
Weathering the News, The Center for Investigative Reporting’s latest TechRaking event, brought together about 70 journalists for a daylong discussion of data-driven reporting and its potential applications in one of North America’s least accessible regions.
It’s not legal in the U.S. yet, but what role should drones play in actually reporting the news? That was the question a group of more than 100 journalists and technologists sought to answer at TechRaking: Elevating the News in Berkeley, California.
At a TechRaking conference in London last week, about 80 journalists, designers, activists and developers discussed the need for more emotional storytelling when it comes to climate change.
The Center for Investigative Reporting and the California College of the Arts’ animation program will lead a class in which students will explore creative forms of visualization on the foundations of fact-based storytelling.
The Center for Investigative Reporting and the News Lab at Google are joining forces for an eight-part event series dedicated to connecting journalists with technologists and designers.