3 per week
Reynolds Journalism Institute
3 per week
RJI is now taking applications for our next group of fellows. We're looking to advance new products, services, ideas and storytelling techniques with funding, mentoring, testing and promotion.
New scholarship program and topical categories part of the 76th annual Pictures of the Year competition.
How much airspace and how much privacy are you entitled to? This is important to us as drone journalists because it speaks to where we can fly and how we gather our visuals.
VR and 360 video are attractive to journalists because the product promises to put the audience in the middle of news events. For immersive journalism to reach its potential, we must put the audience at the center of the production process.
Through her RJI Student Innovation Fellowship, Hannah Rodriguez was able to observe how reporters and editors at The Seattle Times worked to thread the needle of maintaining independence while receiving outside money for initiatives.
The American Press Institute and RJI announced a partnership today to grow and strengthen the Trusting News project, which has been working with newsrooms across the country for the past three years.
Four finalist RJI Student Competition teams challenged to make news more accessible for the smart home have come up with ideas including interactive smart mirrors and the ability to ask basic questions about what they're watching on TV news.
Judd Slivka has noticed how dependent he's become on his phone for a lot of information regarding how to fly with drones. Here are some he uses every day.