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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.
10/20/20 01:34 PM
A recent post by an RJI Fellow about the threats and online/offline harassment of Latino journalists working in the U.S. highlights the disparity between salaries of the “general market” and the Hispanic market.
9/22/20 01:24 PM
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?
9/2/20 04:35 PM
As part of an effort to help newsrooms build deep, reciprocal relationships that generate community-led solutions, revenue streams and business models to ensure their survival, the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute and Local Voices Network yesterday held the first of what will be several online convenings between residents, business owners and local media.
8/18/20 01:14 PM
In this piece, RJI Fellow Clayton Aldern lays out the five main steps it takes to assemble a visualization bot — all via open-source tools any newsroom can leverage for free. He won’t be covering the ins and outs of computer-science best practices; the priority here is getting a viable tool as quickly as possible.
8/7/20 03:14 PM
If ever there was a time to figure out the role of local media in building more equitable, resilient economies — and the role of local economies in building more equitable and resilient local media — this is it.
7/17/20 01:51 PM
In this article by Kat Duncan, interim director of innovation with the Reynolds Journalism Institute, find five tips to get newsrooms started with voice-activated devices for storytelling.
5/26/20 03:06 PM
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.
3/3/20 11:44 AM
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.
2/7/20 05:41 PM