Tag: annie jennemann
Combining historical and current day journalism in an interactive experience
South Dakota Public Broadcasting used archival maps, audio stories, photos and other content to combine reporting on survivors’ stories
RJI student innovation staffers work with community newsrooms to stay on cutting edge of technology and content
During the spring semester, four students at the University of Missouri worked at the Reynolds Journalism Institute as student innovation staffers. Annie Jennemann and Regan Mertz, both graduate students at the Missouri School of Journalism, worked under the tutelage of Kat Duncan, RJI’s director of innovation, while undergraduates Gabriella Miesner and Nolan Xiong were overseen … Continued
Tracking inclusionary zoning developments with Flourish
We helped Atlanta Civic Circle create a map that incorporates multiple points of information for readers.
How to produce and measure impact on your journalism
It is about tracking a wide variety of aspects from story pitch to execution to promotion, to make sure your stories can affect the communities they’re created in service to.
Maintaining digital projects in your newsroom
Create a Tableau dashboard that anyone can update with Google Sheets I had a busy summer working with and creating interactive digital tools for the Mankato Free Press. My work ranged from daily graphics to bigger long-term digital tools. I branched out from my comfort zone, using tools like Tableau and Flourish in ways I … Continued
Free tools for interactive digital storytelling
Interactive maps and data visualizations are great visuals to add to any online news package. These can be created using code, but there are also many online tools that your newsroom can use to improve digital storytelling for very little or no cost.