How leaders know when they are ready to go
Time is needed for a period of healthy introspection and discernment.
Succession planning is key to journalism’s sustainability
Digital news organizations need to prepare and plan for leadership transitions.
Community-centered news with a nonprofit twist
As newspapers continue to search for an ideal path forward, the vanguards of some of the newest experiments in nonprofit news are surprisingly old fashioned.
9 things to think about before creating your own social justice beat
Success begins with analyzing your past coverage for a baseline for improvement.
Setting boundaries so working on DEI doesn’t overwhelm my life
When working on diversity isn’t really a choice, what can we do to make sure we’re giving ourselves time to heal?
These journalism tools show how data and reader service go hand-in-hand
Want to know if your chicken could be contaminated with salmonella? There’s a (news) app for that.
Reynolds Journalism Institute in 2021: A look back
With the year coming to a close, here’s a look back at the key programs and initiatives made possible by the Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) in 2021
Small publishers can build meaningful engagement practices without more time or resources
It will help you serve the people who are most on board with your mission — and most likely to read and need your reporting.
Women in Journalism Workshop 2021
The Women in Journalism Workshop is an annual workshop that focuses on challenges, accomplishments and issues specific to women in the journalism industry today.
Journalists must play a vital role in fixing America’s false economic narrative
From the Federal Reserve to the U.S. Economic Development Administration to the American Planning Association, pressure is mounting in policy and planning circles to address the economic consequences of structural racism. In an effort to reboot an economy still impacted by COVID-19, the inherited disparities of a pre-pandemic segregationist society have been laid bare across … Continued