Tag: Christopher Guess
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.
Livestream: Learn how to set up a mobile news app in your newsroom
Publishers and developers can learn how to set up their own mobile news app by watching a free livestream Monday, May 21, hosted by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute.
Christopher Guess presents Push
RJI Fellow Christopher Guess spoke about Push, his open source mobile app, during a brown bag luncheon Aug. 31 at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. Guess is improving the news app during his 2017-2018 fellowship. His tasks include simplifying the setup and management of the app, he says. Developing a news app from scratch … Continued
RJI Fellow expands work on mobile news app for smaller news organizations
Push notifications from The New York Times, the Guardian, BuzzFeed and The Washington Post alert us every day to scandal, horror, scientific achievement and grief. However, this capability lies mainly in the realm of large news organizations. Without a 24-hour news desk, smaller news outlets — especially weeklies and investigative centers — struggle to remind users … Continued
Reynolds Journalism Institute announces 2017-2018 class of fellows
The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute has selected six fellowship projects for 2017-2018 that will focus on filter bubbles, bite-size training and business-side analytics. “If you were looking for one word to describe this class, I’d suggest ‘practical,’” said Executive Director Randy Picht. “These projects are built to have an impact from the minute they’re … Continued