Los finalistas de Data Journalism Awards 2016


Finalistas por Categoría


1. Visualización de Datos (Redacción Grande)


– Clear signs of mobile surveillance in Oslo, despite denial from Police Security Service (Aftenposten, Norway)  [link]

– Meet Thomas Drake (AJ+, United States) [link]

– How Red Meat Joined the 478 Other Things That Might Give You Cancer (Bloomberg Graphics, United States) [link]

– Spies In The Skies (BuzzFeed News, United States) [link]
– 144 Stories – Remembering lives lost in the Peshawar school attack (Dawn Media Group, Pakistan) [link]

– Fideicomisos (El Universal, Mexico) [link]

– Watch how a presidential motorcade can double a neighborhood’s traffic in an instant (Quartz, United States) [link]

– Build a New St. Louis (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, United States) [link]

– Is the Nasdaq in Another Bubble? (The Wall Street Journal, United States) [link]


2. Visualización de Datos (Redacción Pequeña) 


– 800,000 (93 metros for El Español, Spain) [link]
– Histography (Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Israel) [link]
– Shipmap.org (Kiln for UCL, United Kingdom) [link]
– Film Dialogue for 2,000 Screenplays, Broken Down by Gender and Age (Polygraph, United States) [link]


3. Investigación del Año (Redacción Grande)

– The Panama Papers: Politicians, Criminals and the Rogue Industry That Hides Their Cash (International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) – Süddeutsche Zeitung – The Guardian – Le Monde and more than 100 other media partners, globally) [link]
– The Tennis Racket (BuzzFeed News, United States) [link]
– A Plagiarism Scandal Is Unfolding In The Crossword World (FiveThirtyEight, United States)[link]
– What Does Gun Violence Really Cost? (Mother Jones, United States) [link]
– Failure Factories (Tampa Bay Times, United States) [link]
– Homan Square (The Guardian US, United States) [link]


4. Investigación del Año (Redacción pequeña)

– Femicide map in Turkey (Ceyda Ulukaya, Turkey) [link]
– Medicamentalia.org – A journalistic investigation into access to medicines around the world (Civio Foundation, Spain) [link]
– The Heritage of Evo’s Cabinet (El Deber newspaper, Bolivia) [link]
– Candidates and Millions (Ojo-Publico.com, Peru) [link]
– The private firms tracking terror targets at the heart of US drone wars (The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, United Kingdom) [link]

5. Aplicación de Noticias (Redacción Grande)

– How equal are you? (BBC News Visual Journalism, United Kingdom) [link]
– Berlin’s new skyline (Berliner Morgenpost, Germany) [link]
– What Would It Take To Swing the Election? (FiveThirtyEight, United States) [link]
– Gun deaths in your district: what have your elected representatives done? (Guardian US, United States) [link]
– The Color of Debt: The Black Neighborhoods Where Collection Suits Hit Hardest (ProPublica, United States) [link]
– How Fed Rates Move Markets (The Wall Street Journal, United States) [link]
– The Norwegian Victims of World War II (VG, Norway) [link]

6. Aplicación de Noticias (Redacción Pequeña)

– Excesses Unpunished (Convoca, Peru) [link]
– How expensive is your neighbourhood? (Mediafin, Belgium) [link]
– Candidates and Millions (Ojo-Publico.com, Peru) [link]
– What if the Syrian civil war happened in your country? (Public Radio International, United States) [link]
– Guess the salary (Texty.org.ua, Ukraine) [link]

7. Sitio de Periodismo de Datos

Caixin, China [link 1] [link 2] [link 3]
Dag Medya, Turkey [link]
El Español, Spain [link 1] [link 2] [link 3]
FiveThirtyEight, United States [link]
Infotimes, Egypt [link]
La Nación, Argentina [link]
Quartz, United States [link 1] [link 2] [link 3]
The Guardian, United Kingdom [link]
Zeit Online, Germany [link 1] [link 2] [link 3]

8. Mejor Portfolio Individual 

– Alberto Lucas López (South China Morning Post, China) [link]
– Chris Zubak-Skees (The Center for Public Integrity, United States) [link]
– Helena Bengtsson (The Guardian, United Kingdom) [link]
– John Burn-Murdoch (Financial Times, United Kingdom) [link]
– Maarten Lambrechts (Mediafin, Belgium) [link]
– Sisi Wei (ProPublica, United States) [link]

9. Datos Abiertos

– #breathe (IndiaSpend, India) [link]
– La Nación Data – Open data journalism for change (La Nación, Argentina) [link]
– Crowdsourcing 1000 electoral promises (Le Monde, France) [link]
– Global WOW – Who Owns What (Modern Investor, United Kingdom) [link]
– Budget ins and outs (Mwazna, Egypt) [link]
– Pollution continues to batter city’s lungs, ears (The Express Tribune, Pakistan) [link]
– 1939 Register (Trinity Mirror Data Unit, United Kingdom) [link]

10. Mejor uso de datos en una historia de último momento (dentro de las 36 horas)

– Derailed Amtrak train sped into deadly crash curve (Al Jazeera America, United States) [link]
– Measuring Justice Scalia’s Tenure (FiveThirtyEight, United States) [link]
– Maps of protests in Brazil (G1, Brazil) [link]

– The Events That Pushed Greece to the Economic Brink (The Wall Street Journal, United States)[link]

– Quick Interactives (Trinity Mirror Data Unit, United Kingdom) [link]
El Premio de Excelencia (Voto del Jurado) y el Voto del Púbico serán otorgados en la ceremonia del 16 de junio, 2016 durante el GEN Summit en Viena, Austria.