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A smart alarm clock that delivers local news and advertising, weather, and traffic information as its users wake up is the winner of the 2019 RJI Student Competition.
Last year, we launched our new crowdsourcing tool. Here's what's worked well and where we're taking it next.
Is the First Amendment still relevant in the age of social media? How can we be sure that what we're reading and watching is true? What can social media platforms do to curtail the spread of misinformation and lies?
The Futures Lab made a Twitterbot, and constraints were crucial to our creative process.
The winners of the 76th annual Pictures of the Year competition, as well as the 73rd College Photographer of the Year contest, will be celebrated during an awards reception and all-day public forum April 26-27 in Columbia, Missouri.
Sometimes it seems like the digital world is turning us all into virtual hoarders. As storage costs go down, it becomes easier to pile our binary creations into a digital attic, never looking back.
Utopian or dystopian? When it comes to artificial intelligence and machine learning, how journalists view the technology, and how willing they are to delve into the many layers it can empower, is the secret sauce in creating a better workplace.
Fundamentally, news consumers trust journalism that they find to be balanced, in-depth, honest and reputable. Those qualities appeared over and over in an analysis of 81 in-depth interviews our newsroom partners conducted with members of their communities.
The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute has awarded seven fellowships for the 2019-20 academic year.
Lexi Churchill, Mizzou student, shares 5 tips for the journalist interested in trying sonification