The inewsource Data Center is a place where inewsource reporters will merge layers of data to provide deeper understanding and analysis of complex issues. It will showcase and cross-promote our multimedia-rich reporting within one immersive experience that highlights the depth and breadth of our content. Through our partnerships and new data platform, we will soon incorporate programmatic approaches to data acquisition, analysis and visualization.
The data center is not meant to stand on its own. It is a powerful convergence of new and emerging technologies and traditional reporting that supports our mission of credible fact-based journalism.
Right now, the site is in beta, meaning it's a work in progress. We welcome and encourage your feedback, so please email us your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know what you like and what you don't, and also what data sets you'd like to see here.
inewsource is a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization with one explicit goal: to provide readers with the most authoritative and in-depth stories possible on issues that affect the future of everyday San Diegans. Whether we’re writing about local government, transportation, education, health, taxes or the environment, our small but versatile team of reporters works together to deliver these stories with precision through web, radio and TV.
As a result, inewsource has been awarded some of the most prestigious accolades not just in Southern California but across the country since its formation in 2009.
inewsource is based inside the KPBS newsroom, though we do not receive funding from its donor base and are not paid for the content we share with the NPR and PBS affiliate station. Reporters and editors at inewsource frequently teach, train and mentor at SDSU’s School of Journalism and Media Studies, underscoring our commitment to the next generation of journalists.