Tag: university of missouri

by Reuben Stern

This story first appeared on RJI’s Futures Lab. Reporting by Reuben Stern and Rachel Wise. This week we explore options for editing video on mobile devices. Several mobile apps offer full-featured editing functionality to rival desktop software, but in some cases a simple interface for rearranging clips might be the best option. Our colleague Judd […] more »

by Reuben Stern

Reporting by Katy Mersmann, Adam Pressler, Reuben Stern and Rachel Wise. This week we find out how the Associated Press created an immersive virtual reality project, and we explore an online tool that turns text and photos into video files. PART 1: VR at the AP The interactive graphics department at the Associated Press is expanding […] more »

by Ben DeJarnette

Here’s a list of current media and journalism fellowship programs, including the deadlines for applying. If we’re missing any major programs, or you would like your program to be in the featured fellowship slot, please contact Mark Glaser at mark [at] mediashift [dot] org to let us know, and we’ll add them to the list. All featured […] more »

by Ben DeJarnette

“Redefining Engagement” is a special 11-part series on the progress, promise and potential challenges of community engagement in journalism. The series, produced by the Agora Journalism Center, will be published in serial this month by MediaShift. Click here for the full series. When participants at the Experience Engagement “un-conference” in Portland, Oregon, were invited to […] more »

by Ben DeJarnette

“Redefining Engagement” is a special 11-part series on the progress, promise and potential challenges of community engagement in journalism. The series, produced by the Agora Journalism Center, will be published in serial this month by MediaShift. Click here for the full series. Some 1,500 miles northwest of the University of Oregon (UO) campus in Eugene, […] more »

by Kathleen Bartzen Culver

I never thought I would write this: I was troubled by something, and Donald Trump helped me figure it out. Coming off the recent confrontation between protestors and journalists at the University of Missouri, I felt unsettled. My social media feeds — loaded with journalists, educators and students — almost immediately dissolved into a binary. Many […] more »

by Joy Mayer

Title: How to Boost Audience Engagement for Journalism Instructor: Joy Mayer, Missouri School of Journalism instructor and engagement strategist Are you focused on the people you aim to serve? Are you producing content your users find useful and interesting? And do you know what happens to that work after you hit publish? Learn how to […] more »

by Shaheen Pasha

I was in college the first time I heard someone use the N-word. Really use it to describe a group of people. Hip-hop group KRS One was scheduled to play a concert at my ethnically diverse New York City-based university, and I had just excitedly bought my tickets. I sat in the cafeteria with a […] more »

by Liz Medhin

It’s been a good five years since I have been in a newsroom, but I’ve come to accept that once a journalist, always a journalist. I can’t watch the nightly news without critiquing a liveshot, and I still pay attention to Murrow winners and fan-tweet reporters whose work I admire. It seems a decade of […] more »

by Katherine Krueger

When University of Missouri student protesters’ clash with members of the media went viral last week, I couldn’t help but wonder how student journalists were faring. Protesters called for no media presence as they camped out — saying they had finally created a safe space on a campus where being a student of color means […] more »