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The US election underscores the flaws of an over-reliance on large-scale data analysis, which can have unintended consequences as it has for some tech companies   —  It was a rough night for number crunchers.  And for the faith that people in every field — business, politics, sports and academia …
Nov 11, 2016, 7:05 AM - In context

Max Willens / Digiday:
Botched election predictions don't mean the end of data journalism, which most publishers use to analyze tangibles like test scores and government agency data   —  On Tuesday night, newsrooms around the world got a pretty rude reminder that good data is very important.
Nov 10, 2016, 10:05 AM - In context

Source: the idea for Trump TV began as a threat Jared Kushner issued to Roger Ailes when Trump's circle was unhappy with the tenor of Fox News' coverage   —  Win or lose, the Republican candidate and his inner circle have built a direct marketing operation that could power a TV network—or finish off the GOP.
Oct 27, 2016, 8:50 AM - In context

Profile of Harry Enten of FiveThirtyEight, where data-driven political journalism attracted 10M unique visitors last month   —  On a Monday night in September, 2,000 people gathered at a theater off Times Square to watch five political journalists sit on a stage and talk about polls.
Oct 5, 2016, 5:25 PM - In context

Alexios Mantzarlis / Poynter:
Monmouth University poll: 60% of Americans want moderators to fact-check the debate; 31% say moderators should leave fact-checking to the candidates   —  Nearly everyone has weighed in on whether moderators should fact-check the presidential debates: the media, the campaigns, the boss of the organizing commission.
Sep 26, 2016, 4:15 PM - In context

Jonathan Swan / The Hill:
ESPN-owned FiveThirtyEight's Editor-in-Chief Nate Silver gave a private presentation on elections and polling data to GOP donors, officials, and strategists   —  Nate Silver, the ESPN journalist behind the FiveThirtyEight website, gave a presentation on the 2016 battleground map to a group …
Sep 13, 2016, 10:10 AM - In context

Oliver Roeder / Slate:
The New York Times Thursday crossword by Ben Tausig was a unique Schrödinger puzzle with a special theme, containing the first use of the phrase “gender fluid”   —  The story behind a very special puzzle.  —  Crossword puzzles are fleeting things.
Sep 2, 2016, 5:25 PM - In context

David Uberti / Columbia Journalism Review:
Reuters unveils a new election simulation tool that's powered by an Ipsos national tracking poll and draws from a sample size of 15K to 17K people   —  Campaign season is a quadrennial reminder that numbers often drive the most consequential stories.  Census surveys are sliced and diced into shareable charts.
Aug 30, 2016, 4:20 AM - In context

Todd Spangler / Variety:
Gawker.com's traffic drops 37% in April from previous month to 7.6M, the lowest its been in at least 3 years, according to comScore   —  Caveat emptor, Gawker gawkers: Any company considering buying the controversial digital publisher should know that its namesake site has hit some serious traffic lows.
May 31, 2016, 2:25 PM - In context

Oliver Roeder / FiveThirtyEight:
USA Today and Gannett sever ties with Timothy Parker, crossword puzzle editor accused of plagiarism   —  USA Today has permanently severed ties with the longtime editor of its crossword puzzle, Timothy Parker, after allegations of plagiarism by Parker were investigated by FiveThirtyEight.
May 11, 2016, 1:50 AM - In context




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