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Mr. Martin Stabe

Head of Interactive News

The Financial Times Limited

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The Financial Times Limited

Number One Southwark Bridge

London, London SE1 9HL

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Financial Times is one of the world's leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. Providing essential news, comment, data and analysis for the global business community, the FT has a combi ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Journalism.co.uk

Journalist, Retail Week

Media UK

Teacher

City University

Head of Interactive News

FT.com

Editor

Retail Week

Chief Economist

Google Inc

Online Editor

Emap plc

Education

United Nations International School

journalism

City University

journalism

City University , London

master's degree

political sociology

London School of Economics

Web References (186 Total References)


"Some projects are much more interactive, ...

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"Some projects are much more interactive, where the user has to drill into the story and explore the data themselves, but other things are a lot more explanatory where we lay data out in a much more linear form - it depends on the data available and the stories that we want to tell," said Financial Times Head of interactive news, Martin Stabe.

Stabe's team of journalists is looking at new ways to steer clear of complex interactive data but instead tries to focus on the simpler self-explanatory news to be consumed on mobile.


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5. Martin Stabe, head of interactive news at the Financial Times:


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Martin Stabe - Head of Interactive News, The Financial Times

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Martin Stabe There's a tendency to fetishise data.
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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.
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Martin: The freedom of information act was the trigger for this - but extraordinary rendition was the first big data journalism story that was done.
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Martin: The single most useful course I took was statistics for social scientists.
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Martin: What used to be hard is now easy. The bar of doing intelligent clever stuff is rising all the time.
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Martin: All the stuff we're interested in is propriety data - not government stuff.
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The publishing industry, says Martin, tends to silo people into editorial, pictures and graphics people, and technology people.
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And, as Martin suggests, putting those sorts of parameters around a project gets people to take it more seriously.
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Duedil is a site for examine the state of companies using available data (Martin did an excellent write-up of their Hacks/Hackers talk).


Martin Stabe - Head of ...

www.onemanandhisblog.com [cached]

Martin Stabe - Head of Interactive News, The Financial Times

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Martin Stabe
...
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.
...
Duedil is a site for examine the state of companies using available data (Martin did an excellent write-up of their Hacks/Hackers talk).


The Financial Times' ...

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The Financial Times' Martin Stabe gave a fascinating insight into the world of data journalism and interactive news at our Perspectives social and educational event last week.

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