Five Missouri School of Journalism seniors helped advance new storytelling initiatives and business practices at leading news organizations as the latest group of RJI Student Innovation Fellows. Their projects ranged from creating Snapchat content intended to reach first-time voters to helping a product team use emerging technologies such as virtual reality to create content.

" />Five Missouri School of Journalism seniors helped advance new storytelling initiatives and business practices at leading news organizations as the latest group of RJI Student Innovation Fellows. Their projects ranged from creating Snapchat content intended to reach first-time voters to helping a product team use emerging technologies such as virtual reality to create content.

" />Five Missouri School of Journalism seniors helped advance new storytelling initiatives and business practices at leading news organizations as the latest group of RJI Student Innovation Fellows. Their projects ranged from creating Snapchat content intended to reach first-time voters to helping a product team use emerging technologies such as virtual reality to create content.

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RJI Student Innovation Fellowships 2018Five Missouri School of Journalism seniors helped advance new storytelling initiatives and business practices at leading news organizations as the latest group of RJI Student Innovation Fellows. Their projects ranged from creating Snapchat content intended to reach first-time voters to helping a product team use emerging technologies such as virtual reality to create content.

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