TV news broadcasters have limited time and space to share a story before transitioning to the next story in a newscast. However, second screen engagement offers the potential for viewers to learn more about and interact with the stories they care about, said Stacey Woelfel, news director at KOMU-TV.
Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, who leads The Media Consortium, has been going deep on collaboration in her work. Here, she generously offers a number of insights, with this the second of her three-part series.
NDX data services group will partner with the University of Missouri’s Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) on data-driven studies and initiatives to help the newspaper industry learn more about its fast-changing landscape.
Edward McCain was deeply concerned as he watched the Tucson (Ariz.) Citizen, a newspaper he had once worked for, close its doors without a good system in place to preserve and access its print or online archives.
With the digital age rapidly changing journalism, it’s difficult for journalists and journalism educators to stay abreast of new innovations and technologies. “The digital age has turned journalism upside down and inside out,” says Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president at the Knight Foundation.
With gender disparity still present in some newsrooms, the accomplishments and contributions of women journalists aren’t always acknowledged in the public eye. Missouri School of Journalism Associate Professor Yong Volz wants to give women journalists a chance to speak up.