Join us for an OTT journey. All are welcome!

How do news organizations find their footing when the ground starts shifting? We’re going to provide a hands-on view into the process that’s unfolding as newsrooms at the Missouri School of Journalism begin exploring and launching over-the-top (OTT) products and projects.

New investigative journalism review show shines light on reporting process

Raycom Media and partners are highlighting the work of investigative journalists while making the reporting process more transparent to audiences with a new show “Post.” Show host Jamie Grey discusses recent investigations with an Investigative Reporters and Editors staffer and journalists. The monthly show, which is recorded at the Reynolds Journalism Institute, features investigative projects … Continued

Are either of DJI’s new drones right for journalism?

DJI leads the market in consumer and prosumer drone sales, so when they release a product, it makes a splash. The company released two new versions of the Mavic Pro this afternoon, and there’s been a lot of buzz about both of them. But is it worth it for a news outlet to invest in?

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

Checking out the latest broadcast tech: RJI visits NAB Show 2018

Travis McMillen, senior media producer in the RJI Futures Lab, writes about his visit to the National Association of Broadcasters’ NAB Show April 7-12 in Las Vegas. “From creation to consumption, across multiple platforms and countless nationalities, NAB Show is where global visionaries convene to bring content to life in new and exciting ways,” according to NAB’s website.