Man or machine

Today, AI machines designed to perform the communicator role are generating news content independent of humans. That means AI is the medium and the messenger, giving human journalists a new synthetic partner programmed to aid in news gathering. New study from Missouri School of Journalism finds many Americans are unaware of the role Artificial Intelligence … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism collaborates with AT&T, Trulaske College of Business, and schools and colleges across campus to put 5G into action

Missouri School of Journalism Strategic Communication student Tina Spreck tries out VR at the MU Institute for Innovation, Experiential Education & Entrepreneurship By Austin Fitzgerald Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 18, 2021) — As part of an ongoing, multidisciplinary collaboration with AT&T to explore the use of 5G in college classrooms, students studying strategic communication at the … Continued

Missouri Journalism students present 5G solutions to real-world problems for AT&T as part of a multidisciplinary initiative

By Zach Taylor Columbia, Mo. (May 18, 2020) — On May 4, Missouri School of Journalism students, joined by peers from Business, Engineering and Department of Architectural Studies, virtually presented their 5G solutions to real-world problems in front of AT&T executives. These presentations were the product of a semester’s worth of hands-on learning, including a trip … Continued

Challenge Accepted! How to host a Zoom party for your audience.

Convergence journalism students Grace Huguelet, Anna Sirianni, Chloe Thornberry and Rachel Zalucki worked with podcast producers Endless Thread to help them host a more engaging, interactive Zoom meeting. Missouri School of Journalism students partner with media organizations to solve problems they face. By Grace Huguelet, Anna Sirianni, Chloe Thornberry and Rachel Zalucki Columbia, Mo. (May … Continued

The 5G experience: Mizzou partners with AT&T to deliver innovative curriculum to students

Journalism students part of four interdisciplinary teams focused on specific industries to find creative solutions using 5G. Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 27, 2020) — This spring semester, 19 University of Missouri students are participating in a new immersive 5G course in partnership with AT&T. The course will explore the impact of wireless technology on college campuses … Continued

“Thanks for attending class today. Here’s your free laptop.”

By Nate Brown Reynolds Journalism Institute Columbia, Mo. (April 11, 2018) — Wednesday, April 11, was not the day to miss Professor Tom Warhover‘s Advanced News Reporting class. Today’s guest speaker was Greg Miller (BJ ’05), co-founder of Kinda Funny, who told students “how Mizzou made me.” Miller said he wanted to write about video … Continued

RJI Provides Interactive Experience for True/False Film Fest Visitors with Augmented Reality Platform

Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 28, 2018) — Visitors to this weekend’s True/False Film Fest will have an opportunity to reminisce about previous festivals via an interactive experience using a mobile app. Posted throughout the city, filmgoers will find window clings featuring augmented reality (AR) codes, each with a lightning bolt icon, at film venues, box office … Continued

Missouri Students Team Up with WLRN in Southern Florida to Help Tell the Story of Hurricane Irma Through Social Media

Geography Proves No Barrier to Assisting with Meaningful Breaking News Coverage Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 19, 2017) — A team of Digital Reporting students from the Missouri School of Journalism teamed up with WLRN Public Radio and Television in southern Florida to support its social media monitoring during the peak of Hurricane Irma. Students, working under … Continued

2017-2018 RJI Student Competition Provides Interdisciplinary Opportunities for Missouri Journalism Students to ‘Hack’ the Future of News

Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 14, 2017) — Creativity and collaboration provide the framework for the kick-off to the 2017-2018 RJI Student Competition, sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism. For nearly a decade, RJI has hosted an annual student competition to provide solutions at the intersection of journalism and … Continued

Design Students Create Snapchat Geofilter for Journalism Graduation

A Missouri School of Journalism Snapchat geofilter will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, May 14, at the Hearnes Center. It Will Be Available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, May 14, at the Hearnes Center Columbia, Mo. (May 11, 2017) — A geofilter will be available to all Snapchat users … Continued