Qurio means being curious about facts, your community & the world. This is the beginning of our new journey.
Qurio means being curious about facts, your community & the world. This is our blog.
After two years of research on mostly the U.S. news media ecosystem, we got to build a database of media organizations of all shapes and sizes.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’d like to share a few thoughts about our Qurio and how grateful we are for the people that have helped us, the moments of joy [and pure fear] that this effort is filled with and the learnings we’ve earned.
Following a very kind invitation to the “Spark to Journalism: Engaged Journalism” workshop earlier in October by Media4Change, I had the chance to travel to Lithuania, meet amazing journalists and researchers from all over Europe, and represent Qurio in a vitalizing 4-day workshop at Antalieptė, in Central Lithuania.
We tried to gather insights from the participants, especially for engagement editors & reporters.
Four publications showed Dataharvest 2022 how they do it. The title of this blog post was the title of a session Qurio co-founder Tassos Morfis led during this year’s Dataharvest European Investigative Journalism Conference. But first a few things about the conference.
At Qurio, we attended the International Journalism Festival in Perugia in March. It’s the largest journalism conference with more than 400 speakers and multiple sessions covering topics. We returned to base with lots of inspiration, contacts, and a reality check that enhanced our drive to build Qurio.
At the intersection of tech, media, and democracy
How it all started and where it’s, hopefully, going