This workshop explores transparent journalism using the wiki-model, where aspiring journalists and curious readers can learn the best transparency practises. We'll discuss what transparent journalism is and why it’s fundamental to the job. It will teach clear attribution: how to reference and attribute information, why we publish transcripts, how revision history works and how to create call-outs.
This workshop is for ideal for people interested in radical transparency in journalism.
George Engels is a staff reporter and producer at WikiTribune. He has a background in history and philosophy and a strong interest in international affairs, politics, security, and social affairs. He has reported from Spain, Uruguay, Argentina, and Venezuela. His work has been published by The Sunday Times, The Camden New Journal, The West End Extra and the Islington Tribune.
Linh Nguyen is a staff reporter and producer at WikiTribune. She covers mainly the intersection between politics and technology. She also reports on international affairs, social issues and culture. Previously she was a freelance tech writer, writing for companies such as Tech City UK. Though based in London, she's worked in Asia and the U.S. Her background is in literature and philosophy.