Time: 09:00 - 15:00
Until 20 May all members of NCE Media can claim their free ticket using the promo code "mcbmember".
After a successful conference last year, we are happy to welcome you back in-person to MCB Hack for the second time. MCB Hack is specifically aimed at the data nerds in the newsroom. The conference concerns the point of intersection between technology and journalism, where visualizing, coding, scraping, and sensory are all relevant keywords. We promise you a program with the industry’s highest nerd factor.
- Maria Gargiulo (HRDAG)
- Anders Norås (Avanade)
- Anders Grimsrud Eriksen & Lasse Lambrechts (Bergens Tidende)
- Sam Fulwood (American University School of Communication)
- Marco Maas (Datenfreunde / OpenDataCity)
- Sergej Stoppel (Wolftech)
- Marianne Bouchard (HEI-DA)
- Eirik Solheim (NRK Beta)
- Jenny Wiik (Göteborgs universitet)
Stay tuned for more information and speaker announcements!
Want to complete the conference with a hackathon?
Join the MCB Hack Hackaton the same evening! The hackathon is free to attend for all participants at MCB Hack, but registration is required. Read more and register here. Note that the hackathon will be held in Norwegian
Watch the conference from September 2021 with international capacities:
Maarten Lambrechts (Belgia): From raw data to 17 interactive data stories – Behind the scenes of building the SDG Atlas 2020
Marianne Bouchart (HEI-DA): Data journalism world tour for nerds
Lasse Lambrecths (Bergens Tidende): Staircase to heaven
Topi Tjukanov (Finland): 10 surprising techniques to make better maps
Mads Ommundsen og Frode Nordbø (Fædrelandsvennen): 9C – Med ungdommen, for ungdommen
John Burn-Murdoch (The Financial Times): Lesson learned visualizing the pandemic
Vegard Vaage (NetSecurity)
This event is a part of the Media City Bergen Future Week, a media and mediatech festival consisting of a number of research seminars, conferences, workshops, breakfast meetings, popup talks, entertainment, demos, presentations, debates, talks, and discussions. Save the dates 7 - 10 June, for Future Week 22, a week of inspiring events in Bergen, Oslo, and Stavanger.