RJI in the news
RJI is all about the news. Here we share when something we’re doing makes the news.
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RJI in the newsYou wouldn’t leap into a conversation by asking a stranger to write you an editorial on respect for human life, or name friends who have trouble affording childcare.
Nieman Lab: Don’t ask users to tag unemployed friends (and other lessons for newsrooms on Facebook)
February 9, 2017
RJI in the newsFor newspaper publishers across the country, striking gold in the digital realm in 2017 means so much more than just a slick new website or improved page views.
Editor & Publisher: Game on: Six digital strategies newspapers should apply this year
February 6, 2017
RJI in the newsWhile the refugee ban and protests at airports made news throughout the weekend, here’s how a few news organizations across the country told the stories of their immigrant communities.
Across the country, newsrooms are using crowdsourcing to cover immigration
January 31, 2017
RJI in the newsTom Warhover is stepping down as executive editor of the Columbia Missourian. The professional community newspaper serves as a training laboratory for Missouri School of Journalism students.
Columbia Missourian editor steps down, will conduct research for RJI
January 9, 2017
RJI in the newsAs Hurricane Sandy bore down on the Connecticut coast late October of 2012 and Gov. Dannel Malloy pled with residents to find high ground, reporter Neena Satija couldn’t shake one thought: “We are clearly not prepared for this.”
Environmental journalists have a new beat: Coping with climate disaster
January 4, 2017