data literacy podcast
The datafied society and its implications for European democracies
How is the role of big tech companies and automated decision-making systems affecting European democracies? Andreas Vou (VoxEurop), Nicolas Kayser-Bril (AlgorithmWatch) and Federico Caruso (OBC Transeuropa) share their views on the fourth (and last) episode of this podcast series.
Open data and the public administrations
In this conversation, Ornaldo Gjergji (OBC Transeuropa), Martina Zaghi (Openpolis), and David Cabo (CIVIO) discuss the relations between public administrations and newsrooms, from data accessibility to transparency. And on how the COVID-19 pandemic may (or may not) have changed the state of play.
The challenges for doing data journalism on European affairs
In the second episode of EDJNet's Data Literacy podcast, Lorenzo Ferrari (OBC Transeuropa), Clara Guibourg (J++), and Alexander Damiano Ricci (VoxEurop) discuss what makes transnational data journalism special, from the variety of data sources to multilingualism. As well as the need for reasoned comparisons among countries, and the increasing relevance of local contexts.
Why data journalism is a useful way to approach European issues
Why is data journalism useful to approach European issues? In this conversation, Chiara Sighele (OBC Transeuropa), Gian Paolo Accardo (VoxEurop), and György Folk (EUrologus) discuss the state of the European public sphere, how to favour the circulation of news within the EU, the micro-macro linkage in European affairs, and how being part of a European network of media outlets helps facing some of the challenges of journalism nowadays.