John Keefe is the Senior Editor on the Data News Team at WNYC, which helps infuse the station's journalism with data reporting, maps and sensor projects. Previously Keefe was WNYC's news director for nine years. He's on the board of the Online News Association and is an advisor to CensusReporter.org. Keefe tweets at @jkeefe and blogs at johnkeefe.net and datanews.wnyc.org.
John’s work on Source
- How Usability Testing Can Improve News Stories
- Hi, Weatherbot!
- John Keefe on leading a news development team
- People Power Prevails!
- Slouching Toward Sensor Journalism
- Superstorm Sandy: Code and Interactives
- WYNC & KPCC’s California Elections Map
- Stop & Frisk: Guns
Articles by John
You too can make a Node-based Twitter bot, right nowPosted on
A Node-based Twitter bot, one easy step at a time—plus the way John Keefe teaches basic botmaking to class of journalism/design students.
John Keefe on leading a news development team
The head of WNYC’s Data Team sits down with SourcePosted on
Today is Source’s one-year anniversary. To celebrate, we’re kicking off a new series of interviews with news apps and interactive features editors. John Keefe tells us about learning as you go, cicadas, and how the WNYC Data News team came to be.
People Power Prevails!
John Keefe on tracking the cicada pestilence with open source sensor journalism and crowdsourced data collectionPosted on
John Keefe on tracking the cicada pestilence with open source sensor journalism and crowdsourced data collection
WYNC & KPCC’s California Elections Map
How we made CA’s live election data into an embeddable, freshly updated mapPosted on
How the WNYC data team turned California’s live elections data into an embeddable map based on a