David Caswell

David Caswell

2015-2016 Reynolds Fellow

  Nonresidential fellow
  Reynolds Journalism Institute


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Website: http://www.structuredstories.com/

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Group Title: Content providers

Join Date: June 13, 2015

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Last Visit: December 31, 1969

Last Activity: December 31, 1969

Total Entries: 7

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About David Caswell

David Caswell is the founder and developer of the Structured Stories platform. Caswell developed Structured Stories in order to explore the fundamental units of news and narrative, and to experiment with rebuilding journalism on a new, network-centric foundation.

He was previously a director of product management at Yahoo! Inc. and the product lead for Yahoo!’s Content Analysis Platform and Knowledge Graph. He was also a founder of GeoPerception Inc., a geodata and augmented reality company in San Diego, California, and a software architect and developer of geographic and time series data systems. He earned a master’s degree in business administration from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Caswell resides in downtown LA with his wife, Sharon. He spends an hour each day with a print newspaper, and when he’s not busy with his fellowship project he enjoys reading, writing and coding.

David Caswell is the creator and developer of the news database Structured Stories and a 2015-2016 RJI Fellow.


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Caswell's fellowship project

David Caswell used his fellowship to evaluate the efficacy of structured narratives for reporting and consuming news. Using a structured journalism platform called Structured Stories, Caswell worked closely with a research team from the Missouri School of Journalism to manage and evaluate several structured reporting projects and to conduct a major survey of consumer understanding of structured narratives.

These evaluations produced a series of published and upcoming academic papers that will inform further research and development of structured journalism platforms.