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RJI Tech Showcase presentations 3-3:45 pm CDT: @VoxMag @NewspegDotCom. Watch live http://bit.ly/17fhyeZ #rjitech14
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Caroline Hacker, a Missouri School of Journalism convergence student, demos KOMU-TV News Sync, a second-screen experience, during RJI Tech Showcase. Watch live at rjionline.org/live #rjitech14k
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Live at #rjitech14: Can Google Glass be an effective tool for journalists? rjionline.org/live
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My 2 Cents team is demoing their public radio app during the RJI Student Competition. Their app allows a listener to donate two cents (or more) while listening to curated content. Watch live at http://bit.ly/17fhyeZ.
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Chris Hamby of The Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C., today won the Pulitzer Prize for Investigate Reporting "for his reports on how some lawyers and doctors rigged a system to deny benefits to coal miners stricken with black lung disease, resulting in remedial legislative efforts."

Read "Breathless and Burdened," part of the RJI Digital Newsbook catalog, at http://bit.ly/1qAuTYd.
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Live at RJI Tech Showcase: Hannah Schmidt, Missouri School of Journalism convergence student, reviews the use of the PublishThis platform during the recent RJI Mobile First symposium. http://www.rjionline.org/live
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The "My 2 Cents" team won the 2014 RJI Student Competition this morning during the RJI Tech Showcase at the Missouri School of Journalism. The team designed a public media app that targets younger users. http://bit.ly/1pomSbA
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The Short Cut team is demonstrating their public radio app, which is geared toward commuters. Watch at http://bit.ly/17fhyeZ. The winner will be announced live at about 9:40 a.m. CDT.
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What Google tools are available to news organizations to attract, engage with and monetize their audiences?
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Smartphones and tablets have now surpassed computers as the primary way Americans access the Web and digital content, including online news. In this week's report, participants from RJI's recent Mobile First event share how their newsrooms are placing a priority on mobile and changing the way news is gathered and delivered.
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RJI is a world-class center for researching and testing new models of journalism.
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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.