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Head of Interactive News

Phone: +44 ***********  
Email: m***@***.com
Local Address:  United Kingdom
The Financial Times Limited
Number One Southwark Bridge
Number One Southwark Bridge , London SE1 9HL
United Kingdom

Company Description: Financial Times Information - together with US-based sister company, Interactive Data - are leading providers of financial information to global markets. A major...   more

Employment History


  • journalism
    City University
  • United Nations International School
  • journalism
    City University , London
185 Total References
Web References
Press Gazette | Sherrilynne Starkie [cached]
A few days ago, the Gazette's Martin Stabe was named the Best Online Journalist in the Periodicals Training Council Awards. Yesterday he was given his cards.
Wired editor Chris Anderson gives an indepth interview to the Press Gazette's Martin Stabe about how social media is changing the role of journalists, how news is used and valued and the future of publishing.
By Martin Stabe, Patrick ..., 8 Aug 2008 [cached]
By Martin Stabe, Patrick Smith
Stempra newsletter, 9 Feb 2008 [cached]
Pete Clifton, Head of BBC News Interactive, and Martin Stabe, Online Reporter for the Press Gazette were selected by the CIPR's Greater London Group to share their views on blogging and the rise of citizen journalism.
Martin Stabe also acknowledged the frequency with which influential blogs now feed traditional mass communications channels, with many journalists admitting to checking particular blogs on a regular basis or even publishing their own blogs. Martin also raised the concept of 'citizen journalism', noting that it is indicative of the critical lack of confidence people now have in the media. The idea that we should acknowledge self-publicised material via blogs as journalism devalues the training, impartiality and systems of verification which govern the profession.
It was a genuinely interesting analysis of how the latest interaction of technology and people is influencing mass communication, and from a media relations and a crisis managment point of view it was easy to interpret the implications that the points raised by Pete and Martin are having on public relations.
Swines! [via Martin ... [cached]
Swines! [via Martin Stabe]
- Martin StabeNew media editor, Press Gazette
Data Journalism Recap by Adam Tinworth (Jan 22 Event) | The Media Society, 24 Jan 2014 [cached]
Martin Stabe - Head of Interactive News, The Financial Times
Martin Stabe
There's a tendency to fetishise data.
Martin: This is social science on deadline. We're taking the best practices coming out of academia and applying them to journalism. Chris did good work on GSCE results - he got the database exclusively through negotiation. He was able to milk that for weeks and month, finding story after story. Other journalists thought he was making it up even though he posted on his blog how he did it all.
Martin: The freedom of information act was the trigger for this - but extraordinary rendition was the first big data journalism story that was done.
Martin: The single most useful course I took was statistics for social scientists.
Martin: What used to be hard is now easy. The bar of doing intelligent clever stuff is rising all the time.
Martin: All the stuff we're interested in is propriety data - not government stuff.
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