Live from J-School: Institute Construction

Construction site of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute; an east view from the roof of Gannett Hall. By Rachel Dennis Columbia, Mo. (March 27, 2006) — Keeping up with the construction of the new Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute is now as close as opening your computer’s Web browser and pointing to https://journalism.missouri.edu/. A new Webcam is providing … Continued

Innovative Digital eMprint Delivers Breaking News

Nieman Reports Uses eMprint to Get Stories to Journalists Quickly Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 17, 2006) — With a federal court’s decision on the public school teaching of intelligent design looming in mid-December, Nieman Reports Editor Melissa Ludtke knew that her upcoming issue of the quarterly journalism magazine, with a collection of articles about news coverage of … Continued

Knight Foundation Awards $2.28 Million Grant to School and Committee of Concerned Journalists

Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 31, 2005) — The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has awarded a $2.28 million grant to the Committee of Concerned Journalists and the Missouri School of Journalism. The three-year grant will support the CCJ’s Traveling Curriculum and constitutes the Committee’s first step to joining the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. The Reynolds Journalism Institute … Continued

New Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute to Focus on the Future of Journalism

In 2008, technology allows citizens around the world to wake up to a personalized newspaper – full color and bound – printed in their own homes … In local newsrooms, reporters, producers and directors give their audiences control of the news, information or entertainment they desire … Researchers, journalists and citizens celebrate progress made since … Continued

Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute Names Three to Its Executive Staff

Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 30, 2005) — The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism recently named three to its executive staff. Executive Director Pam Johnson announced the three new members: Roger Gafke, Director of Program Development; Esther Thorson, Director of Research; and Roger Fidler, Director of Technology Initiatives. The Institute focuses on advanced … Continued

Field-Test of the World’s First EmPRINT Newspaper to Begin March 6

Columbia, Mo. (March 1, 2005) — The Columbia Missourian will begin a field-test March 6 of the world’s first Electronic Media Print (EmPRINT) newspaper edition. The Missourian, a community daily newspaper serving the Columbia region, is operated by the Missouri School of Journalism. Roger Fidler, the inaugural Visiting Fellow of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, developed the … Continued

Construction Plans for the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute Approved by the UM Board of Curators

Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 25, 2005) — The University of Missouri Board of Curators at its February meeting approved construction and renovation plans for the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. The new center will focus on advanced studies of journalism and its role in democratic societies. The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation awarded the Missouri School of … Continued

Fidler Named to Hall of Achievement at University of Oregon

Eugene, Ore. (Oct. 21, 2004) — Roger Fidler has been inducted into the Hall of Achievement by the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon. Fidler is the inaugural Visiting Fellow of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism. He plans to launch the world’s first live … Continued

Roger Fidler Named Inaugural Fellow of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute

Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 23, 2004) — Roger Fidler has been named the inaugural Visiting Fellow of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism. He plans to launch the world’s first live digital newspaper edition through the school’s community daily, the Columbia Missourian, as his Fellow’s project. The Reynolds Institute is a new center … Continued