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    Media change deniers: Why debates around news need a better evidence base — and how we can get one
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    Oct. 30, 2013, 3:24 p.m.
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    LINK:   |   Posted by: Justin Ellis   |   October 30, 2013

    The annual gathering of web makers and thinkers that is the wrapped up in London last weekend. One of the big additions to this year’s festival was an even larger dose of journalism and open data sessions, featuring a to Lab readers. (MozFest is also where the new class of Knight-Mozilla Fellows was announced.)

    If you did not have a chance to make it to London, you’re in luck: Most of the talks have a collection of notes. Take a to see what interests you. (Select the festival track you’d like via the menu in the top right.) Here’s a few that caught our eye:

    On the journalism track, there’s The New York Times’ Aron Pilhofer and Knight Lab’s Miranda Mulligan on ; a group of 2013 Knight-Mozilla fellows on ; and a discussion about the Times, Guardian, and ProPublica collaborating .

    On the data track, you’ll find the Times’ Derek Willis looking for ways to broaden the ; Travis Swicegood of The Texas Tribune on ; and former Knight-Mozilla fellows Dan Schultz and Mike Tigas on .

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