Paul Bradshaw, the course leader in Online Journalism at the Birmingham City University talks about the cultural shift in journalism fueled by different data-related movements. He also talks about power in society and holding data accountable.
Finally, Bradshaw shares his tips for beginning data journalists: starting with something small, learning spreadsheets and statistics, experimenting and working with others.
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