Speaker: Chiqui Esteban. News Narratives Director at lainformacion.com
Wednesday 09-May-2012 5 pm Local time Madrid

The field of communication is in a constant state of reinvention. This is why we believe it is essential to keep abreast of the latest developments by interacting with experts and peers.
We would like to invite you to take part in a series of conversations led by selected practitioners who will discuss relevant issues and events within the field of communication. 

How visualizing big databases can help to understand information through little, personal stories. From the big impersonal numbers to the intimate details hidden behind them in a guided visit to some of the most innovative examples of visual journalism.

Chiqui holds a Bachelor´s Degree in Audiovisual Communication by the University of Navarra. He is a News Narratives Director at lainformacion.com as well as editor of the blog Infographics News. Chiqui is also an infographics consultant at Innovation Media Consulting, where he has worked with training teams, developing print and iPad concepts for clients such as Eleftheros Typos (SND World Best Designed 2008), i (SND Best Designed 2011), Paris Match or International Herald Tribune. He is the recipient of more than 30 international infographics awards and has been the speaker in different summits in Paris (WAN-IFRA sports journalism summit), Oxford (Tablets Innovation conferences), Stockholm (CAP&Design), Pamplona (Malofiej International Infographics Summit) or Caracas (Information Design Summit), among others. Previous work experience includes La Voz de Galicia, Diario de Cádiz and Público

If you are unable to join this session but wish to be kept informed of future open sessions, or for any other enquire, please contact us via email at admissions.communication@ie.edu.
IE School of Communication


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