Tag: University of Missouri
Source of Safety
Building a trauma and identity-informed safety, security and risk management resource for all bodies and environments.
Could a banking law designed to end redlining drive more capital into local journalism?
A consortium of Black news publishers wants federal regulators to update Community Reinvestment Act rules so banks do more for local, minority-owned media.
Newsrooms come together to tackle problem of digital news preservation
Leadership from each of the Missouri School of Journalism’s professional media outlets gathered together in a conference room in late April, no small feat for a group in charge of “feeding the beast” of news media day after day while also juggling teaching responsibilities at the School. The challenge that brought them together? Preservation and accessibility of digital news archives.
RJI announces three local newsrooms to receive development trackers
An outgrowth of Kate Abbey-Lambertz’s RJI Fellowship, the trackers will give communities up-to-date, thorough information about developments in their area.
RJI student innovation staffers work with community newsrooms to stay on cutting edge of technology and content
During the spring semester, four students at the University of Missouri worked at the Reynolds Journalism Institute as student innovation staffers. Annie Jennemann and Regan Mertz, both graduate students at the Missouri School of Journalism, worked under the tutelage of Kat Duncan, RJI’s director of innovation, while undergraduates Gabriella Miesner and Nolan Xiong were overseen … Continued
We’re launching a free tool for journalists to track source diversity
How to sign up and use it for free.
NABJ Black News & Views launches, highlighting stories by Black journalists and about Black community
New media platform was developed in collaboration with the Reynolds Journalism Institute at MU.
Connecting with community, one conversation at a time
The Missouri On Mic project builds transformation and trust in conversations with community.
Introducing the 2022-2023 RJI Fellows
The Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) at the Missouri School of Journalism today announced the 2022-2023 cohort of RJI Fellows, a talented group of professionals creating resources to help newsrooms serve both their communities and their own journalists.
Community newspapers can tap into community development financing
It requires more than a solid strategy and good pitch deck. Publishers need to think about capacity and a new ethos.