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Holding meet-and-greets early in the campaign season is key because it allows candidates to include advertising costs in their budgets, says Republic-Monitor Publisher Beth Chism.
If it’s election season, it means The Republic-Monitor in Perryville, Missouri, and the Journal Star in Peoria, Illinois, are holding meet-and-greets with local political candidates.
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Several tools have emerged that can help journalists organize and stay up-to-date with their contacts more conveniently. We check out some key features of two of the options: Brewster and CircleBack.
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Read the first impressions of the Apple Watch from Victor Hernandez, 2015-2016 RJI Fellow, who is exploring the impact of wearable technology on newsrooms.
Initial thoughts after my first 96 hours with the Apple Watch
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Did you miss last week's live stream of "Setting or Chasing the Agenda: Who Controls the News?" from NYC? Here's the video of the AP-moderated panel discussion, which used an RJI research brief as its basis.
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Our No. 7 most-viewed story of 2014: How journalists are embracing the innovation of Twitter by @aleciaswasy http://bit.ly/1vuqsAT
Twitter tips. Tea, toast and Twitter: Make Twitter the first and last parts of your daily routine. That's how the night producer at The Denver Post learned about the Aurora movie theater shootings before other media outlets. Tweet, then file: Readers want bits of information as the story unfolds ...
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Our No. 9 most-viewed story of 2014: Newspaper subscribers embracing mobile media while retaining attachment to print http://bit.ly/1tY8YLi
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These are the winning photos in the Portrait category for the 73rd Pictures of the Year International competition.
First Place "A man who sees the world upside down". Brazilian Claudio Vieira de Oliveira has atrophied legs, arms glued to the chest and head tilted back. But no difficulties to see the world upside down. He uses a smartphone with skillful typing by his tongue.
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How is 120 Sports reshaping TV coverage for the audience of tomorrow?
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Roger Fidler is best known as the man who envisioned tablets in 1981, nearly 30 years before the emergence of Apple iPads and Amazon Kindles. He predicted that online media and portable electronic reading devices would have a profound impact on newspapers in the first decade of the 21st century.

His prediction proved to be uncannily accurate.
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.@archcomix illustrates plight of #MarleneBird for @CBCTheNational newscast tonight and online http://bit.ly/1wFDIk4
Six months ago, a Canadian homeless woman — Marlene Bird — was beaten, assaulted and set on fire. CBC News' The National told her story with the help of Dan Archer, graphic journalist and 2014-2015 Reynolds Fellow. Marlene's story will air tonight (Thursday, January 29) on The National, ...
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Our No. 8 most-viewed story of 2014: The 7 most useful apps for mobile journalism by @juddslivka http://bit.ly/1xdIgog
There are apps out there. And apps and apps and apps — nearly 300 photo and video apps at last count in the Apple Store's photo/video category. You could go blind — or bankrupt — trying them all. I've tested more than 250 photo/video/audio apps and find myself working with seven of them on a ...
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Apply now for a 2015-2016 Reynolds Fellowship. Tell us how you’d like to improve journalism.
The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute invites proposals from people and institutions to collaborate with RJI on innovative ideas and projects to improve the practice or understanding of journalism. We're giving special consideration this year to ideas and projects focused on mobile ...
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The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute works with citizens, journalists and researchers to strengthen democracy through better journalism.  RJI seeks out the most exciting new ideastests them with real-world experimentsuses social science research to assess their effectiveness and delivers solutions  that citizens and journalists can put to use in their own communities.

Want or need to know what's hot, happening around innovation in journalism? Of course, you can find a lot of it here at RJI: research that helps strengthen your business, Futures Lab experiments that create and test apps for major media partners and Reynolds Fellows initiatives that take on a life of their own when they return to their homes and offices.

Yet there's much more discussion, debate and conversation about journalism innovation on the web, and RJI has been sharing the best of those every Friday in RJI Links. Scanning back through those weekly collections you can find when technologies and ideas began to gain traction, who was a thought leader at what point in a conversation, and more.

You no longer need wait until Friday to find our curated links to innovation in the news industry, nor spend hours scouring dozens of websites and email newsletters.

RJI links is live, daily. Find the daily curration on our Scoop.it page.