Through the alliance, the organizations will conduct research studies that will enable advertisers and publishers to design advertising campaigns and news media sites that are more effective at communicating their messages to their target audiences.
An ASNE and RJI Insight and Survey Center research report shows the percentage of minority workers in newsrooms has dropped almost one percentage point since 2010.
Roger Fidler presented the latest iPad survey results while at the 2012 ASNE convention.
New ASNE figures show that the percentage of minorities in newsrooms continues to creep downward.
Roger Fidler shares his latest research on iPads and tablets.
ASNE and RJI announce their partnership.
ASNE will move its headquarters to RJI thanks to a new partnership.
RJI and ASNE have formed a partnership that will bring ASNE headquarters to the Reynolds Journalism Institute.
David Cohn announces his resignation from Spot.Us. Spot.Us joined forces with American Public Media in late 2011.
Rick Shaw, director of POYI and a professor at the Reynolds Journalism Institute showed off some of the best of this year's POYi contest.
Matt Thompson says there are four types of journalists: The storyteller, the newshound, the systems analyst and the provocateur.
Pictures of the Year International awards will be taking place in Chicago in 2012.
RJI will host a one-day first amendment event as part of the Liberty Tree Initiative.
A daylong event at the Reynolds Journalism Institute will cover legal and historical issues related to the First Amendment.
Roger Fidler's 1994 video shows him speaking about tablet technology long before Apple unveiled the iPad.
Tablet video showing Roger Fidler in 1994 could be the key in Apple's infringement case against Samsung.
A 1994 video of Roger Fidler with an iPad like device is casting doubt on whether Apple can copyright the design of the iPad.
In the mid-nineties, when laptops amazed gadget lovers, one man predicted the next big thing: a touchable screen meant to deliver information on regular basis and designed to replace the newspaper.
Roger Fidler's 1994 tablet video shows an iPad-like device. Did he create what Apple would later call the iPad? He thinks so.
The idea for an iPad like tablet can be traced back to a 1994 project with Roger Fidler. Did Apple steal his idea?
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