St. Louis Public and Texas Tribune part of first-ever class of “institutional fellows”St. Louis Public Radio and the Texas Tribune are among the University of Missouri's first-ever class of "institutional fellows" within the Reynolds Journalism Institute. RJI announces a class of journalism fellows every school year, but 2014-15 will be the first year that journalism enterprises alongside individuals will work on innovation projects with RJI resources. St. Louis Public Radio "will study how news organizations can most effectively engage niche groups in a community," with station engagement editor Kelsey Proud as project leader;  the Texas Tribune will pilot an experimental marketing technique called "growth hacking," with publisher and COO Tim Griggs as project leader, according to the RJI release.

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