Veri Gazeteciliği Ödülleri 2018 Kısa Listesi Açıklandı

Veri Gazeteciliği Ödülleri 2018 Kısa liste dün açıklandı. 99 proje ile 12 kategori seçildi. Global Editors Network, ile  Google News Initiative,  John S. and James L. Knight FoundationMicrosoft, ve Chartbeat  desteği ile  düzenlenen yarışmaya 58 ülkeden 630 başvuru yapıldı. Bunların arasından  86 proje seçildi , bunların 11 adeti halkın sesi kategorisinde oylanmaya alındı.

2012 yılından beridir düzenlenen Veri Gazeteciliği Ödülleri bu yıl 7.kez  yapılıyor.  İlkinde 200 proje başvurusu yapılmıştı. Zaman içinde dünya genelinde bu alanda düzenlenen en önemli yarışma haline geldi. 2018 başvuruları ile de tarihinin en  büyük rekorunu kırmış oldu.

27 ülkeden seçilen projeler Amerika, İngiltere, Çin, Kolombiya, Kosta Rika, Küba, Çin, Malezya, Nijerya, Pakistan, Peru ve Venezuela’dan. Kesin kazananlar ise 31 Mayıs’ta Lizbon’da düzenlenecek etkinlik ile açıklanacak.

58 kurum kısa listede yer aldı , onlarda şöyle the Associated Press (US), BBC (UK), BuzzFeed News(US), Caixin (China), The Financial Times (UK), The Guardian (UK and US), La Nación (Argentina), Reuters (Singapore), Spiegel Online (Germany), The New York Times (US), The Washington Post (US); but also smaller organisations such as africanDRONE (South Africa), Bayanat Box (Lebanon), Code for Nigeria/Code for Africa (Nigeria), Convoca (Peru), or Revista Resiliente (Brazil).

Kısa listede olan projeler ise şöyle:

Data visualisation of the year

Shortlisted projects

Humanizing data on the Syrian conflict, Bayanat Box, Lebanon

Is anything left of Mosul?, BBC News Visual Journalism team, United Kingdom

Feeding China, Bloomberg, Hong Kong

Those Places High-Speed Rail Could Take You To, Caixin Media, China

Two theaters or 1,000? How to release an Oscar-winning film, Dow Jones Media, United States

BB-resan, Journalism++ Stockholm, Sweden

The five main projects of the Belt and Road Initiative, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong

20 Years, 20 Titles, SRF Data, Switzerland

Life in the camps, Thomson Reuters, Singapore

Trump’s Lies, The New York Times, United States

365 days of Trump claims, The Washington Post, United States

Streetscapes – Mozart, Marx and a Dictator, Zeit Online, Germany

Investigation of the year

Shortlisted projects

The Gerrymandering Project, FiveThirtyEight, United States

Monitor da Violencia, G1, Brazil

Paradise Papers, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, United States

Reporting Deaths in Malaysian Police Custody: Behind the Numbers, Malaysiakini, Malaysia

Zombie Campaigns, Tampa Bay Times and WTSP, United States

Easy Money, The Globe and Mail, Canada

Bussed Out: How America moves its homeless, The Guardian US, United States

News data app of the year

Shortlisted projects

The Uber Game, Financial Times, United Kingdom

The Atlas Of Redistricting, FiveThirtyEight, United States

Undi Power, Malaysiakini, Malaysia

Trump Town, ProPublica, United States

Build Your Own Trading Bot, The Wall Street Journal, United States

ExtraPol, WeDoData, France

Data journalism website of the year

Shortlisted projects

La Nacion Data, La Nacion, Argentina

Elecciones 2018, La Nacion, Costa Rica

Passmark, Media Hack, South Africa

SaferRoadsPH, Rappler, Philippines

Stateless in Brazil, Revista Resiliente, Brazil

The Wall Street Journal: data & graphics, The Wall Street Journal, United States

The Chartbeat award for the best use of data in a breaking news story, within first 36 hours

Shortlisted projects

Five Maps That Show Why Macron Beat Le Pen, Bloomberg Graphics, United States

Instant analyses of European elections, Financial Times, United Kingdom

North American hurricane coverage, FiveThirtyEight, United States

The search operation of the submarine Ara San Juan, La Nacion, Argentina

Health-Care Holdouts in the House, The Wall Street Journal, United States

Open data

Shortlisted projects

FiveThirtyEight’s Open Data Webpage, FiveThirtyEight, United States

Open Data Journalism for Change, La Nacion, Argentina

Death and Dysfunction: How New Jersey fails the dead and betrays the living, NJ Advance Media, United States

Follow the Money, Postmedia, Canada

Stanford Open Policing Project, Stanford University, United States

Best individual portfolio

Shortlisted projects

Christopher Cannon, Bloomberg Graphics, United States

Lam Thuy Vo, BuzzFeed News, United States

Jonathan Albright, Tow Center Columbia University, United States

Julia Wolfe, FiveThirtyEight, United States

Abdul Salam Afridi, News Lens Pakistan, Pakistan

Yudivián Almeida, Postdata.club, Cuba

Patrick Stotz, SPIEGEL ONLINE, Germany

Timo Grossenbacher, SRF Data, Switzerland

Mona Chalabi, The Guardian, United States

Rob Grant, Trinity Mirror Data Unit, United Kingdom

Best data journalism team – large

Shortlisted projects

AFP Interactive, France

BBC News Visual and Data Journalism Team portfolio, United Kingdom

Bloomberg Graphics team, United States

Caixin VisLab, China

FiveThirtyEight, United States

Folha De Londrina, Brazil

The South China Morning Post infographics Arcade, Hong Kong

Associated Press Data Team, United States

The Guardian Data Projects Team, United Kingdom

Graphics at The New York Times Opinion, United States

The Times & The Sunday Times Data Team, United Kingdom

Reuters Graphics portfolio, Singapore

Best data journalism team – small

Shortlisted projects

Civio Data Team, Spain

Nancharts Code for Africa & Code for Nigeria, Nigeria

Especiales Datasketch, Colombia

InfoTimes, Egypt

Journalism++ Stockholm, Sweden

KRO-NCRV Data Journalism Team, Netherlands

NZZ Storytelling, Switzerland

Monitor de Victimas from Runrun.es, Venezuela

The Bureau Local from The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, United Kingdom

Innovation in data journalism

Shortlisted projects

Road to Nowhere, africanDRONE, South Africa

Hanna and Ismail, BR Data and Spiegel Online, Germany

Hidden Spy Planes, BuzzFeed News, United States

Vía Sobrecosto, Convoca, Peru

Newsworthy, Journalism++ Stockholm, Sweden

The Wall, USA TODAY, United States

The Neglected Bridges, VG, Norway

Diving into Urban-Rural Prejudice, Zeit Online, Germany

Student and young data journalist of the year

Shortlisted projects

Marie-Louise Timcke, Berliner Morgenpost, Germany

Rachael Dottle, FiveThirtyEight, United States

Saimi Reyes, Postdata.club, Cuba

Agnel Philip, The Arizona Republic, United States

Michael Hester, The DataFace, United States

Martin Gonzalez, The Economist, United Kingdom

Public Choice

Shortlisted projects

La Nacion Data, Argentina

Death and Dysfunction: How New Jersey fails the dead and betrays the living, NJ Advance Media, United States

Trump Town, ProPublica, United States

Bussed Out: How America moves its homeless, The Guardian US, United States

Monitor da Violencia, G1, Brazil

Follow the Money, Postmedia, Canada

Undi Power, Malaysiakini, Malaysia

Humanizing data on the Syrian conflict, Bayanat Box, Lebanon

Passmark, Media Hack, South Africa

SaferRoadsPH, Rappler, Philippines

Those Places High-Speed Rail Could Take You To, Caixin Media, China

 

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