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RJI searches for the great ideas for tomorrow's journalism from citizens, journalists, scholars and technology innovators.

CDiG Symposium: Journalism Digital News Archive

By RJI on May 21, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
CDiG 2014

Ed McCain at the Reynolds Journalism Institute has challenged the team to find a way to monetize smaller newspapers' digital archives.

Futures Lab update #60: CNNx app, and some social media management tools

By Reuben Stern on May 21, 2014 0 Comments Blogs

Is CNNx the future of news viewing? And is there a better way to manage a newsroom's social media presence?

Mediatwits 122: Can NewFronts move TV ad dollars to online video?

By RJI on May 16, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
Mediatwits 122

The TV ad market is still a $78 billion dollar industry, and the amount of ad dollars it commands has grown every year since 2009. But the growth of that spending is shrinking year-over-year, leaving some wondering if ad money is finally flowing away from TV and onto the Internet.

RJI links: Friday, May 16, 2014

By RJI on May 16, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
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To help you navigate our fast-changing industry, RJI collects and assembles some of the top stories from around the Web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs.

RJI announces 2014-2015 Reynolds Fellows

By RJI on May 15, 2014 0 Comments News
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The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute today awarded a record 13 fellowships for the 2014-2015 school year, including — for the first time — six institutional fellowships that will allow the institute to work directly with media organizations to address issues and challenges for the news industry.

RJI Futures Lab update #59: Lingospot, XAPP Ads and Tomorrowish

By Reuben Stern on May 13, 2014 0 Comments Blogs

What might happen when your iPad recognizes what's playing on your TV? Or when your radio can hear your voice?

RJI invites developers and journalists to 'Hack the Future of Journalism' in San Francisco

By RJI on May 13, 2014 0 Comments News
Hack the Future of Journalism

The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, in partnership with the Public Media Platform (PMP) and KQED, will challenge teams of developers, journalists and innovative thinkers to build new tools, business models and news services to help journalists better report and deliver quality news and information in a fast-moving social and mobile media environment.

Mediatwits #121: Does Twitter have a growth problem?

By RJI on May 9, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
Mediatwits 121

Proclamations of Twitter’s stumble toward oblivion poured out this week after the employee stock lockup expired on Tuesday. The market reacted with a 12 percent dip in the stock’s price.

RJI links: Friday, May 9, 2014

By RJI on May 8, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
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To help you navigate our fast-changing industry, RJI collects and assembles some of the top stories from around the Web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs.

Futures Lab update #58: Two new tools for newsrooms on the go

By Reuben Stern on May 6, 2014 0 Comments Blogs

Which of your reporters is closest to the scene of breaking news? And is that a video control room in your backpack?

RJI links: Friday, May 2, 2014

By RJI on May 2, 2014 0 Comments Blogs

To help you navigate our fast-changing industry, RJI collects and assembles some of the top stories from around the Web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs.

RJI Tech Showcase features innovative work of students at Missouri School of Journalism and MU

By Jennifer Nelson on April 30, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
RJI Tech Showcase 2014

Young minds. Innovative technologies. Challenges in the journalism industry. Mix it all together and you’ve got the ingredients from this year’s RJI Tech Showcase.

Zobelisks student team

By RJI on April 29, 2014 0 Comments Blogs

Computer science/information technology students and journalism students enrolled in the University of Missouri Collaborative Mobile Application Development course present Zobelisks, an app that utilizes iBeacon technology.

UJuke student team

By RJI on April 29, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
RJI Tech Showcase 2014

Computer science/information technology students and journalism students enrolled in the University of Missouri Collaborative Mobile Application Development course present UJuke, an app that utilizes iBeacon technology.

Vox Magazine's True/False coverage

By RJI on April 29, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
RJI Tech Showcase 2014

Digital editors show how Vox covers the True/False Film Fest using social media and multimedia, including their fun six-second film reviews.

Vox Magazine's iPad app

By RJI on April 29, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
RJI Tech Showcase 2014

Vox brings tablet storytelling to new levels with their iPad app. See how they use animations, scrolling layers, pop-ups and other features.

Runway Radar student team

By RJI on April 29, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
RJI Tech Showcase 2014

Computer science/information technology students and journalism students enrolled in the University of Missouri Collaborative Mobile Application Development course present Runway Radar, an app that utilizes iBeacon technology.

QPark capstone team

By RJI on April 29, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
RJI Tech Showcase 2014

QPark's objective is to improve the current parking system for the University of Missouri and possibly other city parking lots. It will provide a faster means to perform the daily duties of parking employees such as ticketing or checking if a parked car is paid for.

Project Independent capstone team

By RJI on April 29, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
RJI Tech Showcase 2014

The record label Strange Music needs to join the mobile world. Project Independent, an IT capstone team made up of Josh Valdivieso and Jonathan Plotkin, is developing an iPhone application to serve as a hub for what the label has to offer, helping Strange Music reach out to fans more easily and give them a way to connect to their favorite artists.

Muse Runway student team

By RJI on April 29, 2014 0 Comments Blogs
RJI Tech Showcase 2014

Computer science/information technology students and journalism students enrolled in the University of Missouri Collaborative Mobile Application Development course present Muse Runway, an app that utilizes iBeacon technology.