• 6 ways to incorporate Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces in your audience strategy

    Adriana Lacy columns
    6 ways to incorporate Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces in your audience strategy
    June 3, 2021

    As the pandemic has forced many publishers to change the way they engage with readers, one addition to the audience wheelhouse has been the use of audio-based social media platforms.
  • Building a platform for Black stories by Black journalists

    Building a platform for Black stories by Black journalists
    May 11, 2021

    For far too long, stories about the Black community have been sparse, often relegated to the back pages of newspapers or buried at the end of a TV newscast. This has inspired us to create a new platform, NABJ Media Network.
  • Four reasons your newsroom needs an FPV drone

    Four reasons your newsroom needs an FPV drone
    May 6, 2021

    “FPV” stands for First Person View, a reference to how pilots fly these drones. Rather than a pilot looking down at a screen, FPV pilots wear immersive goggles that give them the feeling they’re inside the drone, flying it like a tiny, on-board pilot.
  • 9 ways newsrooms can incorporate more audio in their work

    Damian Radcliffe columns
    9 ways newsrooms can incorporate more audio in their work
    April 27, 2021

    In 2021, the media platform with the highest weekly reach in the United States is audio. Data published last month by Nielsen revealed that radio reaches 88% of U.S. adults each week, ahead of smartphone apps (85%) and TV (80%).
  • Augmented video editing: Tips and tricks

    Innovation in Focus
    Augmented video editing: Tips and tricks
    April 20, 2021

    Five tips to integrate AR animation into your broadcast segments
  • New report shows it’s time to preserve your digital news

    New report shows it’s time to preserve your digital news
    April 16, 2021

    RJI Digital Curator of Journalism Edward McCain, along with a MU-based research team, spent 18 months digging deeply into the issues that surround born-digital news preservation. The team’s findings have been compiled into a report.
  • Building simple data pipelines

    Building simple data pipelines
    March 29, 2021

    For journalists looking to stay on top of COVID-19 trends, access to data from state and county health authorities is crucial. However, this data can often feel inaccessible, existing behind dashboards and other interfaces.
  • Social media policies are not the real issue

    Innovation in Focus
    Social media policies are not the real issue
    March 23, 2021

    Gabe Schneider, Kendra Pierre-Louis, Sisi Wei and Karen K. Ho in a discussion around how newsrooms can work to become anti-racist.
  • How to build data capacity in your newsroom

    RJI Fellows Class of 2020–2021
    How to build data capacity in your newsroom
    March 11, 2021

    Data rarely has a better idea, because data doesn’t think. People think. Sometimes data can help people think a little better. The problem is that it doesn't always feel that way.
  • Descript, overdub: Q&A with Tamar Charney

    Innovation in Focus
    Descript, overdub: Q&A with Tamar Charney
    February 15, 2021

    For Innovation in Focus this month, student Sara Dingmann spoke with Tamar Charney, managing director for personalization and curation at NPR, about the ethics of redubbing.
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