• Harsh Taneja fellowship project 2015–2016

    Harsh Taneja fellowship project 2015–2016
    October 12, 2015

    Harsh Taneja will conduct research using social network analysis on the role of news websites in people’s online lives.
  • Victor Hernandez fellowship project 2015–2016

    Victor Hernandez fellowship project 2015–2016
    October 12, 2015

    Victor Hernandez will devote eight months to exploring the impact of wearable technology on newsrooms. His research is intended to lay a foundation for future testing and experimentation.
  • Mark Deuze and Tamara Witschge fellowship project 2015–2016

    Mark Deuze and Tamara Witschge fellowship project 2015–2016
    October 12, 2015

    The concept, practice, and social and cultural value of entrepreneurial journalism will be explored by Mark Deuze and Tamara Witschge.
  • RJI Mobile Media Research Project

    RJI Mobile Media Research Project
    April 28, 2015

    The intended purpose of the annual RJI Mobile Media News Consumption Surveys is to gain insights into who uses mobile media and how their uses for news may change over time.
  • Nikki Usher fellowship project 2014–2015

    Nikki Usher fellowship project 2014–2015
    September 1, 2014

    As a 2014-2015 Reynolds Fellow, Nikki Usher studied for-profit startups in journalism, specifically new digital news outlets, to determine if technology is making inroads to “reboot” journalism and provide new opportunities for citizens to consume news.
  • Alex Remington fellowship project 2014–2015

    Alex Remington fellowship project 2014–2015
    September 1, 2014

    The Washington Post will study how news organizations can display and package news stories, specifically on mobile devices, in a more memorable and comprehensible way.
  • Mary Grigsby fellowship project 2014–2015

    Mary Grigsby fellowship project 2014–2015
    September 1, 2014

    As a 2014-2015 Reynolds Fellow, Mary Grigsby will qualitatively examine young adult (18-29) careerists’ changing media behaviors and how their motivations and preferences will affect the products and services news organizations should be thinking about.
  • Publishers Confidence Index

    Publishers Confidence Index
    March 17, 2014

    More than 400 newspaper publishers were surveyed in late 2013 as part of the second Publishers Confidence Index (PCI), the largest study of its kind, conducted by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute and the Missouri School of Journalism.
  • ASNE Web metrics survey 2013

    ASNE Web metrics survey 2013
    November 14, 2013

    In a survey conducted among 114 members of the American Society of News Editors (ASNE) last year, one in five respondents reported that they use Web metrics as part of the performance evaluation of their employees.
  • National Newspaper Association surveys

    National Newspaper Association surveys
    March 21, 2013

    Community newspaper readers, surveyed recently, still say they prefer their local papers for getting their news and information. The survey was conducted in small U.S. towns and cities where the circulation size of the local newspaper was 15,000 or less.