Two new researchers to lead impact-driven research at Missouri School of Journalism’s Reynolds Journalism Institute
The Missouri School of Journalism is set to welcome two new research faculty and alums who will work with the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) to translate academic work into direct benefits for newsrooms around the country.
News media’s racial reckoning
George Floyd aftermath changed the question from what can be said, to what must be said.
How to slow an exodus of women television journalists
Systemic changes are needed to prevent burnout and create safe environments.
Measuring the unique impact of BIPOC media
This partnership between RJI and URL Media strives to measure how communities are empowered by the media they’re consuming.
What can grow in the desert?
We are awash with studies and white papers about the demise of local newsrooms as a threat to our democracy. But what if, instead of asking what we’ve lost, we ask what can actually grow in these deserts?
It’s not easy to craft a push alert strategy
This RJI Fellowship research report offers recommendations and insights on how to improve your approach.
Succession planning is key to journalism’s sustainability
Digital news organizations need to prepare and plan for leadership transitions.
Audiences for news notice cutbacks, reward brands with quality momentum
Smartphones most relied on, but television is where audiences still find news of value.
Research suggests media should stay away from ‘elite’ sources when discussing COVID-19
Missouri School of Journalism assistant professor Monique Luisi has some advice for local journalists delivering news about vaccines and public health guidelines: keep it local.
Helping readers make sense of digital news
The art and science of designing for understanding On Twitter, when you share a five-year-old story from The Guardian, two interesting things happen. First, at the bottom of the included image, an overlaid tag declares the story is “from 2016.” And second, in some cases, next to the tag is a section name, “Opinions.” The … Continued