Tag: Arizona Republic
How newsrooms can visually navigate internal data
Track audience growth with simple, easy-to-read graphics from built-in platform data.
RJI Student Innovation Fellows to support community newsrooms nationwide, gain hands-on work experience
Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 10, 2021) — Seven students at the Missouri School of Journalism will work at local news organizations around the country this summer as part of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute’s (RJI) Student Innovation Fellowships program, gaining hands-on experience helping the outlets connect with their audiences. RJI is housed at the Missouri … Continued
News archives: The untapped resource Part 3
This excerpt from Neil Mara’s research report highlights the top selections from each of the five categories of examples showing how newsrooms are using the content of their news archives to their benefit.
Celebrating life, accomplishments of RJI’s first executive director, renowned journalist Pam Johnson
Thought leader. Teacher. “Champion of female and minority journalists.” Renowned journalist. Industry leader. These were just a few of the words that are used to describe Pam Johnson, 74, founding executive director of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, who died Jan. 20 after a long illness. Johnson, a Missouri School of Journalism graduate, came … Continued
3D AR Modeling: Q&A with Ray Soto of USA Today
Raymond Soto, Director of Emerging Technology at the USA Today network, shares his insight with us
Post Episode 7: Reporters face physical dangers and political threats around the world
In Episode 7 of Post, guests discuss the safety of journalists in the United States and around the world.
Pictures of the Year International to celebrate milestone at Newseum; POYI director Shaw to retire
“Pictures of the Year: 75 Years of the World’s Best Photography,” an exclusive groundbreaking photography exhibit featuring seven decades of award-winning images from the archives of Pictures of the Year International, will be unveiled Friday, April 6, 2018, at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. The images depict the people and events that have defined our … Continued