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By Brian Steffens on November 2, 2012 0 Comments Blogs

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RJI links 10.26.12 Fellow David Cohn launches Circa, atomic units of news

By Brian Steffens on October 28, 2012 1 Comment Blogs
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RJI Fellow David Cohn has launched his newest adventure. Check it out here along with other news and commentary of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs.

Missourian experiments with membership pay model, launches new apps

By RJI on October 24, 2012 0 Comments News
Screenshot of new Missourian iPhone app

With RJI support, Missourian launches multi-platform membership model to provide news and advertising wherever and however readers choose to access it.

RJI links 10.21.12

By Brian Steffens on October 21, 2012 0 Comments Blogs
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Fellow David Cohn answers: So how is Circa different from writing articles?

Source MediaShift Ideas Lab on October 19, 2012 0 Comments
David Cohn, Reynolds Fellow, RJI, Reynolds Journalism Institute

Circa is a new type of mobile news app that collects the "atomic units" of stories -- facts, quotes and images -- and puts them into running stories with alerts to updates.

Breaking news is broken and Circa wants to fix it

Source All Things D on October 15, 2012 0 Comments
David Cohn, Reynolds Fellow, RJI, Reynolds Journalism Institute

Circa, which launches today for iPhones after nearly a year of secrecy, is a news app designed specifically for mobile. Its modest goal: To completely overhaul breaking news and the experience of receiving updates on a developing story.

Reynolds Fellow David Cohn talks Circa

Source Digidave.org on October 15, 2012 0 Comments
David Cohn, Reynolds Fellow, RJI, Reynolds Journalism Institute

In April, just on the heels of leaving Spot.Us, I announced joining the team at Circa as the founding editor. Six month’s later – I’m happy to point to our new website and more importantly our new App which is available in the Apple App Store (If you like the App – feel free to give it a review!).

RJI links 10.12.12

By Brian Steffens on October 12, 2012 0 Comments Blogs
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Pressing Ahead: Tablets, Mobile and News After Paper

Thursday, December 6, 2012 - Friday, December 7, 2012 Events

How will the next generation of mobile media devices and networks change the way people consume news? Is mobile as big an opportunity as everyone seems to be predicting? How can media organizations innovate when resources are constrained? These are some of the critical questions that will be addressed during RJI’s fall 2012 Tablet Symposium. Futurist Michael Rogers and digital media guru Douglas Bennett will lead discussions about the technologies and strategies that are likely to shape digital publishing and the news media for the rest of the decade.

RJI links 9.28.12 - Update from SNPA 2012

By Brian Steffens on September 28, 2012 0 Comments Blogs
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RJI links 9.21.12

By Brian Steffens on September 21, 2012 0 Comments Blogs
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RJI links 9.14.12 - Update from LMA 2012

By Brian Steffens on September 14, 2012 0 Comments Blogs
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Survey: People value professional journos, but they're ambivalent about the mainstream media

Source Adweek on September 12, 2012 0 Comments
Roger Fidler, iPad, tablet, RJI, Reynolds Journalism Institute

With people increasingly getting their news on the go, the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute surveyed mobile media users on their attitudes towards news sites. The good news for journalists is, mobile users, like consumers overall, place a high value on news that's produced by the professionals (63 percent).

RJI links 9.7.12 - Smartphones one of fastest growing news platforms

By Brian Steffens on September 7, 2012 0 Comments Blogs
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RJI links 9.1.12

By Brian Steffens on September 1, 2012 0 Comments Blogs
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Publishing now open to anyone, but people still prefer professional journalism, RJI study finds

Source PRSA on August 30, 2012 0 Comments
Roger Fidler, iPad, tablet, RJI, Reynolds Journalism Institute

Public trust in the press has declined and digital platforms have opened publishing to anyone with a desire to speak, but more than 60 percent of U.S. adults still say they prefer news stories produced by professional journalists, according to survey data from the Reynolds Journalism Institute.

Professional journalists still desirable

Source Presstext on August 30, 2012 0 Comments
Roger Fidler, iPad, tablet, RJI, Reynolds Journalism Institute

A survey of 1,000 adults in the U.S.: Even users of mobile Internet services prefer messages that come from the hand of professional editors.

Mobile users prefer mainstream news sites

Source NetNewsCheck on August 29, 2012 0 Comments
Roger Fidler, iPad, tablet, RJI, Reynolds Journalism Institute

Despite the proliferation of social media sharing, mobile users still prefer to get their news from mainstream news sites rather than their friends, according to a new study from the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute.

Survey: Public prefers news from professional journalists

Source Poynter on August 29, 2012 0 Comments
Roger Fidler, iPad, tablet, RJI, Reynolds Journalism Institute

The public’s trust in the institution of the press may be fading, and digital platforms have opened the publishing world to anyone with a desire to speak, but it seems professional journalists themselves are not seen as obsolete.

Mobile users still prefer trusted professional journalism

By RJI on August 27, 2012 0 Comments News

RJI survey finds distrust of the news media highest among cable news viewers