Our cornerstone: A salute to RJI fellows

Over the past 10 years, the people at RJI have worked hard to ensure journalism has a long and bright future. This includes RJI's ongoing fellowship program, the most flexible in the country, beginning with traditional residential fellowships, where fellows spend eight months in Columbia, Missouri, working on their projects full time.

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It’s easier than ever to create a data-driven newsletter
October 31, 2018

When Tamara Power-Drutis worked at Crosscut Public Media, a non-profit news site in Seattle, she was involved with the site’s email newsletter. She was absolutely sure they were doing it wrong. She just didn’t know in what way.

  • Brian Gorman on MediaExecsTech.com

    Our cornerstone: A salute to RJI fellows
    Brian Gorman on MediaExecsTech.com
    October 31, 2018

    iPublish Media Solutions is an example of a technology company that makes running a news operation less expensive. They offer a “do-it-yourself” advertising platform that lets individuals or companies build a print, digital or social ad.
  • Where media meets tech

    Our cornerstone: A salute to RJI fellows
    Where media meets tech
    October 31, 2018

    Alisa Cromer started her newspaper career, in the early 1980s, in Las Vegas, home of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the flagship paper of the Donrey Media empire, founded by Donald W. Reynolds.
  • Getting engaged. No diamond ring required

    Our cornerstone: A salute to RJI fellows
    Getting engaged. No diamond ring required
    October 31, 2018

    Some folks might think it’s a bit unusual for a print design professor to segue to a career researching and improving the relationships journalists have with their communities. Joy Mayer never gave it a second thought.

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