"Teaching Pandas and Jupyter to Northwestern journalism students" [in DC] https://www.californiacivicdata.org/2017/06/07/dc-python-not...
You can also develop d3.js visualizations — just like NYT — with jupyter notebooks and whichever language(s).
"Data-Driven Journalism" ("ddj")
"The Data Journalism Handbook 1"
"The Data Journalism Handbook 2"
While there are a number of ScholarlyArticle journals that can publish notebooks,
I'm not aware of any newspapers that are prepared to publish notebooks as NewsArticles. It's pretty easy to `jupyter convert --to html` and `--to markdown` or just 'Save as'
Regarding expressing facts as verifiable claims with structured data in HTML and/or blockchains: "Fact Checks" https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=15529140
Does this course recommend linking to every source dataset and/or including full citations (with DOI) in the article? Does this course recommend getting a free DOI for the published revision of an e.g. GitHub project repository (containing data, and notebooks and/or the article text) with Zenodo?