structured journalism

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    How newsrooms are using machine learning to make journalists' lives easier

    Much of what many journalists do every day doesn't involve gathering news.

    Just consider the typical process for publishing a story: The reporter reports, writes (or produces) the content, and the editor makes suggestions for revision. Then comes fact-checking and proofreading and other processes focused on polishing the copy. After that are processes geared toward presenting and distributing the story: Selecting a photo, designing art, creating interactives and crafting headlines for social media and the Web that are attuned to search-engine optimization.

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    Creating new forms of journalism that put readers in charge

    It’s been 20 years since the Internet began to disrupt journalism. It has turned our business upside down, but it’s also given us a new canvas to invent different ways of presenting information. It’s time to start reimagining the news story.

    Last week, four of us gathered in a windowless conference room in New York to explore what we can do to nudge things along.

    The participants were the creators of three projects that rely on new forms:

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