Dan Oshinsky, editor of BuzzFeed, is a 2009 graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism, where he studied convergence journalism. He’s the founder of Stry (pronounced STOHR-ee), a hyper-topical news service that produces original, long-form stories on under-covered issues. He’s also the founder of BooksAround, a social literacy experiment, and the co-founder of ReadsGood, an … Continued
Peter Meng, an online marketing and advertising professional, is a seasoned entrepreneur and a 30-year technologist. Meng has developed numerous relationships within the University of Missouri, the Missouri School of Journalism as well as RJI. He spent seven years with Apple and is considered an expert in new internet technologies, eLearning, and online marketing. His … Continued
Janet Coats is the new media journalism initiative manager for The Patterson Foundation. She was 2011-2012 RJI Fellow.
Paul Bolls is an associate professor of public relations and the associate director at the Center for Communication Research in the College of Media and Communication at Texas Tech University. Previously, he was an associate professor in strategic communication and and co-director of the Psychological Research on Information and Media Effects (PRIME) Lab at the … Continued