The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute invites proposals from individuals and organizations who wish to partner with us on innovative projects that strengthen journalism's future.

Kate Abbey-Lambertz

Kate Abbey-Lambertz

Liz Bloomfield

Liz Bloomfield

Emma Carew Grovum

Emma Carew Grovum

Aaron Eaton

Aaron Eaton

Erin Hooley

Erin Hooley

Yukari Kane

Yukari Kane

Sisi Wei

Sisi Wei

Hannah Wise

Hannah Wise

View our story series that take an in-depth look into topics pertinent to developments in today’s world of journalism, from social media to the latest technology and more.

Innovation in Focus

Innovation in Focus

Innovation in Focus is a series exploring emerging technology and methods of storytelling for newsrooms worldwide. We interview experts, test tools and provide our findings on a different topic each...

Damian Radcliffe columns

Damian Radcliffe columns

Damian is the Carolyn S. Chambers Professor in Journalism at the University of Oregon. In his columns, he will be exploring how local newsrooms can utilize audio to build revenue, engage audience and...

Gabe Schneider columns

Gabe Schneider columns

Gabe Schneider is a journalist and cofounder of The Objective. You can find him at @gabemschneider.

Newsroom Notes

Newsroom Notes

How do you run a newsroom through these unusual times?

RJI sponsors projects to produce research, programs and tools designed to assist the journalism industry on topics such as helping the public trust your news outlet or how to enhance revenue.

Potter Digital Ambassadors

Potter Digital Ambassadors

Potter Digital Ambassadors are Missouri School of Journalism students who are placed at small-town community newspapers, where they bring their training in contemporary digital...

Journalism Digital News Archive

Journalism Digital News Archive

The Journalism Digital News Archive (JDNA) initiative’s mission is to preserve news content originally produced in digital formats.

Trusting News

Trusting News

Helping journalists earn news consumers’ trust

Challenge Accepted

Challenge Accepted

Missouri School of Journalism students partner with media organizations to solve problems they face. Challenge Accepted!

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