Tag: Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting
Communicating corrections across multiple newsrooms
When content is shared, there needs to be a plan to quickly create corrections across all outlets.
Missouri School of Journalism’s Watchdog Writers Group announces new fellows and student reporters
Authors and students will produce books and articles on climate change and agriculture, the big business of addiction recovery, and the America’s housing crisis and credit system.
RiskMiner: An app for agribusiness
“Risk to the community, to people and to our food and fuel systems. We’re focusing strictly on agribusiness because that’s the focus of our news coverage and because it affects so much of our day to day lives.” said Pam Dempsey.
RiskMiner: A test case for information access and revenue streams
First in a series introducing our 2017-2018 RJI Fellows and their projects.
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