Tag: ABC News
RJI Student Innovation Fellow takes talents to ABC News ahead of 2020 presidential primaries
Fellowship program pairs up digitally-minded millennials with newsrooms
RJI 2018: Strengthening local journalism, testing practical innovations, and trust and transparency
As another year comes to a close, the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute reflects on some of its accomplishments and lessons learned with a mission of helping journalism survive and thrive.
Fellows tackle innovative campaign finance, community sports stories with partner newsrooms
Two newsrooms will benefit this spring from the help of tech-savvy University of Missouri journalists partnering with them on projects as RJI Student Innovation Fellows.
RJI seeks newsroom partners for millennial-driven innovative projects
Mid-October deadline for newsrooms wanting help next spring
How to hire a millennial
I suppose a first question might be: Why hire a millennial? Millennials and the generations coming up behind them are the future of news and journalism … we hope! And as an industry, we’ve not done a great job of attracting their readership and viewership. It’s time to let millennials “speak” with millennials. Recruiting smart, … Continued
RJI announces spring 2018 Student Innovation Fellows
Four Missouri School of Journalism students will bring their skills and passions to Washington, D.C., and New York City newsrooms as 2018 Reynolds Journalism Institute Student Innovation Fellows.
Announcing the Fall 2018 RJI Student Innovation Fellowships
FAQ Q. What is an RJI Student Innovation Fellowship? A. The Reynolds Journalism Institute is partnering with leading news organizations to support Missouri School of Journalism students who work 30 hours per week on-site during the spring and fall semesters on new storytelling techniques, audience engagement strategies, delivery platforms, revenue opportunities and the like. Q. What … Continued
Journalism, the intelligence community and technology
Editor’s note: The author, who spent a year as an RJI Fellow exploring ways to report and create news stories using databases, has recently received funding to develop intelligence applications of his Structured Stories journalism database. The funding is being provided by the U.S. federal government’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program.
Jane Stevens’ report after the launch event: ‘With crisis comes opportunity…’
More than 100 journalists, advertising experts, community activists, technology experts, librarians, educators and students gathered — from Washington, D.C. to Hawaii, in person and virtually — for an RJI Talkfest to launch the RJI Collaboratory, a news organization incubator for Web-based entrepreneurial journalists. As the first example of how the RJI Collaboratory plans to be … Continued