#DHplus 2014: the numbers


BRUSSELS - 194 people from 27 different countries gathered in Brussels this weekend for Journalismfund.eu’s Dataharvest+. These and a few other statistics about the fourth edition of the Dataharvest conference.

Tyson Evans at #DHplus: design, technology and journalism


BRUSSELS - “As deputy editor of a cross-media team, you have to be editor, programmer and designer all at the same time,” says New York Times interactive news editor Tyson Evans during his keynote at the Dataharvest+ conference in Brussels.

A storified recap of #DHplus 2014


Once again Brussels was the sizzling centre of European data journalism during Journalismfund.eu's Dataharvest+ conference from 8 to 11 May. Journalists, coders, researchers and data specialists came together to get trained, discuss ideas and share skills with colleagues from all trades. Here is a storified recap of the conference.

Luyendijk at #DHplus: "A word cloud of my blog would have featured ‘idiot’ and ‘naive’"


“One of the first revelations to me was that financial journalism is not aimed at the public. It is aimed at the financial world,” Dutch journalist Joris Luyendijk said at a presentation at the Dataharvest+ conference 2014 in Brussels. For three years now, he has been writing about the financial world of London City.

EU Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly to speak at Dataharvest+


The new European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly will be one of the headliners at the Dataharvest+ Conference, 9-11 May in Brussels. A former investigative journalist, she will talk about access to documents and Frontex, the European border management agency, among many other things. In anticipation of Dataharvest+ we talked with her office.



Investigative journalists, data specialists and coding whiz kids will once again gather in Brussels this year for the fourth edition of Journalismfund.eu’s Dataharvest Conference. Dataharvest+ takes place on Friday 9, Saturday 10 and Sunday morning 11 May 2014.

EU Health Prize for Journalists awarded


BRUSSELS - On Tuesday 8 April 2014 the fifth edition of the EU Health Prize for Journalists was awarded. Dutch journalist Henk Blanken received the main prize.

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EU agencies to present data catalogue at Dataharvest+


BRUSSELS - An emerging data catalogue of datasets held by all 40 EU agencies will be presented during the Dataharvest+ Conference in Brussels.