• InkaBinka: The news startup that’s actually a technology company

    Beyond Journalism
    InkaBinka: The news startup that’s actually a technology company
    November 14, 2016

    What motivates a California-based technology startup to automate news production and change the way news is produced? Acknowledgement? Disruption? Money? Based on my case study of InkaBinka, which started in 2013, the answer is all three.
  • Hyperlocal: The promise of entrepreneurial journalism

    Beyond Journalism
    Hyperlocal: The promise of entrepreneurial journalism
    November 7, 2016

    One hyperlocal publisher that has proven to be a resilient player in online journalism is Corner Media Group, which was established in 2012. Founder and editor-in-chief Liena Zagare planted her flag in six different neighborhoods in Brooklyn.
  • The Common Reader: A quirky corner on the internet

    Beyond Journalism
    The Common Reader: A quirky corner on the internet
    November 3, 2016

    About nine months ago I happened upon an essay on The Common Reader, which is based in St. Louis. At that time, Ferguson, Missouri, was the center of attention around the world because of the riots following the shooting of Michael Brown.
  • Examining the new conceptualization of entrepreneurial journalism

    Examining the new conceptualization of entrepreneurial journalism
    September 16, 2015

    The dominant scholarly understanding of and approaches to journalism do not match the variety of practices that make up journalism today. Our fellowship project will examine the new conceptualization of journalism: entrepreneurial journalism.
  • RJI announces its 2015-2016 class of fellows

    RJI announces its 2015-2016 class of fellows
    May 5, 2015

    The ninth fellowship class of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute continues RJI’s commitment to nurturing and strengthening journalism’s service to citizens and their communities.