The Data Journalism Awards 2015 Shortlist is now out!
- From among nearly 500 submissions, the DJA pre-jury has selected 78 outstanding submissions. The shortlist is available on the GEN Community website here.
- The DJA jury members now have six weeks to decide who will be the ten 2015 winners.
- On 18 June, the ten winners will be awarded a €1,500 prize at a specific ceremony during the GEN Summit in Barcelona - a Public's Choice prize will be the tenth award.
What was new this season?
- Simon Rogers, from Google Newslab, is the new DJA Director and six new jury members have joined for 2015. Paul Steiger will serve as President of the Jury.
- We have introduced new categories to recognise the development and innovation in data journalism.
- A monthly newsletter, with the best work in data journalism, is curated by Simon Rogers. You can see the latest edition here, and register here.
Reminder: the deadline for submissions has now closed. Wait until December 2015 for submitting new entries for the 2016 Data Journalism Awards.
DJA Jury 2015
Professor of Visualisation
University of Miami
The New York Times
Angelica Peralta Ramos
Data Journalism and Multimedia Development Manager
Executive Editor of Digital
Head of Digital Operations
Data Journalist and Consultant
Senior Editor, Data & Interactives
The Chronicle of Higher Education/Philanthropy
Publisher & CEO
African Eye News Service
Researcher & Managing Director of the Digital Methods Initiative
University of Amsterdam
Interactive and Animation Director
Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project
Vice President, Communications Europe, Middle East and Africa
Executive Editor, Editorial Operations, Data & Innovation
Director of Journalism
Google News Lab
Journalist, professor of journalism
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism of Arizona
Discover the nine winners from DJA 2014
- Best Story on a Single Topic - Detective.io
- Best Data-driven Investigation - The Washington Post
- Best Data Visualization - The New York Times
- Best Application or Website - La Nacion
- Best Individual Portfolio - Chad Skelton
- Best Team or Newsroom Portfolio - NZZ
- Best Entry from a Small Newsroom - Kiln
- Jurors' Choice - Pro Publica
- Public's Choice - The New York Times
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