Wednesday, March 22

The special “Spain lives in flats” by, finalist in the international INMA Awards

The special report of “Spain lives in flats” is a finalist in the international awards INMA Global Media Awards, one of the most prestigious world awards for journalism and communication companies awarded by the International Media Association (INMA). The awards have included the project among the “best uses of visual journalism and storytelling tools” from all over the world along with other renowned media such as La Nación (Argentina), South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) or USA Today ( United States).

“Spain lives in flats” is an innovative journalistic project by that analyzes the cartographic plans of more than 12 million buildings throughout the country to map the height and urban landscape of Spanish cities in three dimensions. The research shows in an interactive journey why Spain is one of the countries that has built the highest and densest compared to all the cities in the world.

The INMA Awards “highlight the best innovative initiatives” within newsrooms and media around the world. Along with, other international media such as The New York Times, The Guardian, Reuters, Financial Times or The Economist have also received nominations for these awards. Diario Vasco and Diari Ara are the other Spanish media that have been nominated for one of the categories.

The awards have selected the project of among the more than 800 applications sent by media from 46 countries around the world. The nomination selects the project for the search for “creative ways of transforming information and data into visualization that allow readers to better understand the story.

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