• RJI Research Scholars to study viability, sustainability of long-form digital journalism

    RJI Research Scholars to study viability, sustainability of long-form digital journalism
    July 2, 2015

    Three academicians — Robert Gutsche Jr., Susan Jacobson and Jacqueline Marino — will study the effectiveness and sustainability of long-form digital journalism on behalf of RJI. The three are the newest RJI Research Scholars.
  • Setting or chasing the agenda: Who controls the news? [UPDATED]

    Setting or chasing the agenda: Who controls the news? [UPDATED]
    March 3, 2015

    “Setting or chasing the agenda: Who controls the news?,” a Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute research brief, served as the basis of the panel discussion of the same name at Social Media Week Feb. 25 in New York City.
  • Best Twitter practices for journalists

    Best Twitter practices for journalists
    May 16, 2013

    News editors no longer have to wait for AP updates or CNN videos, thanks to the meteoric spread of citizens armed with smart phones that can deliver photos, video and tweets even before local news trucks arrive on the scene.
  • Meet Janet Coats

    Meet Janet Coats
    October 4, 2011

    When Janet Coats worked as vice president of multimedia operations of Media General’s Tampa Tribune and WFLA-TV, she had to deal with the grim reality of cost-cutting to cope with the recession and a steep drop in advertising revenues.
  • Firing neurons, building relationships: Washington D.C. Conference

    Firing neurons, building relationships: Washington D.C. Conference
    May 27, 2009

    An overview of the May 27th event and the announcement of CircLabs, a startup designed to create new revenue streams for news sites.
  • Info Valet leads to Circulate

    Info Valet leads to Circulate
    May 6, 2009

    Sorry, wedding planners: happy couples will soon have a faster and cheaper way to find ads for discounted designer duds or a Consumer Reports articles on best honeymoon getaways.