Keyword: Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute
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RJI now accepting applications for the 15th fellowship class of innovators

The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute is now accepting 2021-22 RJI Fellowship applications from individuals or organizations with an innovative journalism project idea that could also benefit the industry. more

RJI invites local news challenge partnerships

What are you struggling with? What is a constant hurdle for your newsroom or journalists? What problem being solved would make your daily work easier? more

The coronavirus crisis has lessons for us about service journalism

Now that it’s been a coronavirus world for several weeks, we have a clearer picture of what works as effective service journalism in a crisis, and how those takeaways might inform the practice more generally. A few of the lessons include newsletters, which can be a great tool for cultivating loyal readers, and listening to your readers, which  is always the right answer. more

DSLR to mobile: Dongles tips and tricks

DSLR dongles enable journalists to stream video directly from professional cameras to YouTube, Facebook and other live platforms. Check out five tips and tricks to help you decide on live-streaming through a DSLR dongle. more

FAA remote ID requirements hold promise, peril for journalists

While the FAA's proposed rule for drones has plenty for journalists to cheer, Stacey Woelfe, director of aerial journalism for the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, says the peril of this new plan comes from how the data of who’s flying will be handled. more

Print archives show past impeachments. Where will we go to find the history being made today?

Where will journalists turn for context in the next impeachment? Especially as news transitions to digital publishing, the best practices of preservation and ensuring public access are taking a back seat. That’s why researchers are working to draw attention to this issue and help marshall new resources to provide solutions. more
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