Reynolds Fellowships
The Reynolds Journalism Institute invites proposals from people and institutions with innovative ideas to improve the practice or understanding of journalism. We welcome any proposals that offer the hope of strengthening the journalism-democracy relationship.


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Press Councils
The bodies listed here are both genuine press councils and similar institutions, such as "media observatories" common in Africa. Some are listed with reservations: Their independence or their activity could not be ascertained.


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Codes of Ethics
Most of the 400+ codes listed here were drafted and adopted by an individual outlet (e.g. a newspaper), a sector of the media industry (e.g. broadcasting), a union/ association of journalists, a press council or a press club.


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Conference Facilities
About conference Facilitiies


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Frank Lee Martin Journalism Library
The Frank Lee Martin Journalism Library, located at the Reynolds Journalism Institute, houses the largest academic collection of journalism-related materials in the world. It is part of the University of Missouri library system.


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Futures Lab
To move journalism forward, researchers, students and other innovators need a place to brainstorm and experiment. They need a place that offers both the freedom to think big and the resources to turn their big ideas into practical products and processes—RJI’s Futures Lab is the place.


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Application Development Lab
The newly-remodeled space in RJI’s Futures Lab is equipped with Windows-based laptops, tablets, hybrids and smartphones. The lab also includes Xbox 360 gaming systems with Kinect for Xbox 360-enabled motion, gaming and videoconferencing capabilities that will allow for new forms of interaction in business, communications and health care experiments.


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