Tag: University of Missouri
Two new researchers to lead impact-driven research at Missouri School of Journalism’s Reynolds Journalism Institute
The Missouri School of Journalism is set to welcome two new research faculty and alums who will work with the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) to translate academic work into direct benefits for newsrooms around the country.
Thinking about the GA4 switchover? Here are some things we learned
Elizabeth Stephens is the executive editor of the Columbia Missourian and the Missouri Community Newspaper Management Chair at the Missouri School of Journalism. In the newsroom analytics world, there’s not a more talked-about topic right now than Google’s new analytics tool — GA4 — and the end of the popular Universal Analytics this summer. After … Continued
A new ‘Potter Listening Tour:’ Local newspapers can still work, even with different paths
A different kind of “right sizing,” grants and donations, and tinkering with the balance of online and print are some of the ways.
Newest class of RJI Student Innovation Fellows to help newsrooms develop inventive solutions this summer
Six students at the Missouri School Journalism have been selected for the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute’s (RJI) Student Innovation Fellowships program. They will work at local news organizations around the country this summer to gain hands-on experience with a wide variety of innovative newsroom projects. “The 2023 RJI Student Innovation Fellows are all very … Continued
Emily Lytle joins RJI innovation team as Innovation in Focus editor, will work with community newsrooms near and far to develop practical tools and solutions
Emily Lytle, formerly a reporter covering Sussex County, Delaware for Gannett newspapers in the state, will join the Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) at the Missouri School of Journalism as the Innovation in Focus editor. Lytle will start on Jan. 3.
Rebuilding trust in media one community at a time
Our readers, viewers and listeners must become our advocates.
What can grow in the desert?
We are awash with studies and white papers about the demise of local newsrooms as a threat to our democracy. But what if, instead of asking what we’ve lost, we ask what can actually grow in these deserts?
RJI Student Innovation Competition finalists using inventive journalism tools to connect communities with important services
Nine teams from universities around the country are competing as finalists in the Reynolds Journalism Institute’s 2023 Student Innovation Competition at the Missouri School of Journalism.
RJI opens ONA22 with hands-on workshop exploring source diversity in journalism
The session also introduced a new tool, co-developed with Chalkbeat, that helps newsrooms audit their source lists to identify overrepresented and underrepresented voices.
‘Who’s going to run it?’
The pause before buying a rural newspaper — can you attract an editor to a small town?