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Miguel Paz

Miguel Paz is a Nieman Berkman Fellow 2014-2015. Chilean. Journalist, former Knight ICFJ Fellow and president of the Poderomedia Foundation, an organization that promotes the use of new technologies to rethink journalism and foster transparency and digital innovation in Latin American news organizations. He also is the founder and CEO of Poderopedia.org, a data journalism platform that maps who’s who in business and politics in the region. At Harvard, he will study new data visualization models, innovative news startups, and civic media approaches to building quality sustainable journalism models. Paz is the creator of the Hacks/Hackers chapter in Santiago and the Iberoamerican Data Journalism Handbook; co-founder of OpenDataLatinoamerica.org; and a 2012 Start-Up Chile winner. He previously was deputy director of ElMostrador.cl, the first digital-only newspaper in Chile.


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Thursday, Dec 4, 2014

Berkman Community Newcomers: Miguel Paz

Meet Miguel Paz, a Chilean journalist and Nieman Berkman fellow interested in rethinking journalism and fostering transparency and digital innovation. More