Data Journalism Awards 2017 winning projects

Data journalism website of the Year 

Rutas del Conflicto

The Chartbeat award for the best use of data in a breaking news story, within first 36 hours 

NPR / NPR Visuals & NPR Politics for Fact Check: Trump And Clinton Debate For The First Time

Best individual portfolio

John Burn-Murdoch from the Financial Times

Data Journalism Awards 2016 winning projects

Data Visualisation of the Year (Large Newsroom)

BuzzFeed News for “Spies in the skies”

Investigation of the year (Large Newsroom)

The Panama Papers

Investigation of the Year (Small Newsrooms)

Civio Foundation for “Medicamentalia”

Best Use of Data in a Breaking News Story (Within First 36 Hours)

Al Jazeera America for “Derailed Amtrak train sped into deadly crash curve”

News Data App of the Year (Small Newsrooms)

Convoca for “Excesos sin castigo”

Best Individual Portfolio

Sisi Wei (ProPublica)

Data Journalism Website of the Year


General Excellence Award (Jury’s Choice)


Honorable Mention: Open Data

IndiaSpend for #breathe

Data Journalism Awards 2015 winning projects

Data Visualisation of the Year (Small Newsroom)

Libera Università di Bolzano for “People’s Republic of Bolzano”

Investigation of the Year (Large Newsroom)

The ICIJ for “Swiss Leaks” and “Luxembourg Leaks

Best News Data App of the Year (Large Newsroom)

BBC News for “Which Sport Are You Made For? Take Our 60 Second Test”

Best News Data App of the Year (Small Newsroom)

El Financiero for “Does School Pay Off? How Much?”

Best Individual Portfolio

Rob Barry from The Wall Street Journal

Open Data Award 1

Berlingske for #Tracked

Open Data Award 2

ProPublica for Treatment Tracker



Best Entry from a Small Newsroom


General Excellence (Jurors’ Choice)

Al Jazeera America for Michael Keller’s portfolio, the project “In Between In California”, and “Jim Crows Returns”

Special Citation

Berliner Morgenpost for “New Berliners and Native Berliners”

Public Choice

France Télévisions for “DATAGUEULE”

Data Journalism Awards 2014 winning projects

Best story or group of stories on a single topic for “The Migrants Files

Best small newsroom entry


Best individual portfolio

Chad Skelton (Vancouver Sun)

Jury’s Choice


Best data-driven investigation

The Washington Post for “Homes for the Taking”

Best data visualisation

The New York Times for “Reshaping New York”

Best data journalism application or website

La Nación for “Open Statement of Assets from Argentina’s Main Public Officials”

Best portfolio by a team or a newsroom

Neue Zürcher Zeitung