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Head of Interactive News

The Financial Times Limited

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The Financial Times Limited

Number One Southwark Bridge

London, Greater 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 combined p...more

Background Information

Employment History

Editor

Retail Week


Chief Economist

Google Inc.


Online Editor

Emap plc


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Is data journalism for everyone? | News & Analysis | Data Driven Journalism

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


Final diversity bursaries for 2014-15 awarded

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Interviews took place at the Financial Times on Friday, 5 December with two panels consisting of Colin Campbell-Austin, Head of Talent and People Development, Telegraph Media Group; Colleen Harris, journalist, BBC; Shevon Houston, events and website manager, NCTJ; Martin Stabe, head of interactive news, Financial Times; Tony Tassell, deputy news editor, Financial Times; Laurie Tucker, day editor/journalism training, Sky Sports News and Leo Whitlock, editor, Kentish Gazette.


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Martin Stabe @martinstabe
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About - Martin Stabe

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Martin Stabe is a journalist living in London.
He is an interactive producer at the Financial Times, primarily working on developing the databases underlying FT.com's interactive graphics and the FT data blog. He was previously the online editor of Retail Week magazine at Emap. Between January 2006 and August 2008, he was new media editor of Press Gazette, the trade magazine for journalists. He wrote the digital media blog Fleet Street 2.0 and a magazine column based on it. He has been an intern the London bureau of Newsweekmagazine, Governingmagazine in Washington, DC, and The Guardian. He has also worked for Palam Communications, a public relations agency specialising in early-stage technology companies. He studied journalism at City University, political sociology at the London School of Economics, and north American politics at Sussex University. He also spent some time at Northwestern University outside Chicago. Born in Germany, he moved to Britain in 1997 after spending most of his life in New York, where he graduated from the United Nations International School. He can frequently be found playing for the London Mets baseball team. Martin Stabe is an online journalist based in London, where he is the online editor of Retail Week. More > © Copyright 2002-2012 Martin Stabe. All rights reserved.


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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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