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Michael Grabell: how I covered temporary workers
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Michael Grabell: how I covered temporary workers

In four feature stories and 22 follow-up articles, Michael Grabell, an investigative reporter at ProPublica, brought the safety of temporary workers into the spotlight. His research found that in California, Florida, Massachusetts, Oregon, and Minnesota, representing more than a fifth of the U.S. population, temporary workers are hurt at rates as high as six times […]

Investigative reporting advice from the 2014 Barlett & Steele Award winners
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Investigative reporting advice from the 2014 Barlett & Steele Award winners

Reuters investigative reporter Megan Twohey traveled across the country and delved into some of the darkest parts of the Internet to explore a horrifying and rarely seen sector of the world. “I talked to one woman in Wisconsin who had determined that she could not care for her 10-year-old adopted son and posted an ad […]

Andrew Cassel named 2015 Reynolds Visiting Professor
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Andrew Cassel named 2015 Reynolds Visiting Professor

We are pleased to announce that Andrew Cassel is the 2015 Reynolds Visiting Professor. Here is the press release issued by Penn State University earlier this month. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A respected journalist has been selected to serve as a visiting journalism professor at Penn State during the spring 2015 semester through a program […]

Elizabeth Mays joins the Reynolds Center
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Elizabeth Mays joins the Reynolds Center

I’m delighted to announce that Elizabeth Mays has been named to the new position of assistant director at the Reynolds Center. She comes to us from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, home to Reynolds. At Reynolds, Mays will take charge of marketing activities and digital initiatives.  Known […]

Reynolds Center Entrance Cronkite School
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Announcing the 2014 Barlett & Steele Award Winners

ProPublica, Reuters and The Huffington Post won gold, silver and bronze awards, respectively, in the eighth annual Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism, the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism announced Friday. Named for the renowned investigative team of Don Barlett and Jim Steele, whose numerous awards include two Pulitzer Prizes, […]

Welcome to our first Reynolds Online Graduate Certificate students
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Welcome to our first Reynolds Online Graduate Certificate students

It’s official: class is now in session for the Reynolds Online Graduate Certificate in Business Journalism. The inaugural group of students has kicked things off with Professor Andrew Leckey’s class, Issues in Coverage of Business and the Economy. Professor Leckey’s class is the first of five that will be rolled out by Reynolds over the […]

NAO Robot writing on a pad
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Business journalism after the robot invasion

This summer the Associated Press began deploying computers rather than people to write quarterly corporate earnings stories. This robotic journalism is consistently competent. Even though skillful human reporters can still produce better work, the bots have a compelling advantage: they’re exceptionally fast. They can transform news releases into news without even the minimal time lag […]

Cronkite News Watch student reporter
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Reynolds Foundation establishes university-based business newsroom

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is establishing what will be the only university-based business newsroom in the country producing daily business and economic coverage for regional and national media outlets. The student business newsroom will open in January and is being funded through a $1 million grant […]

Info Session: Online Graduate Certificate in Business Journalism
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Info Session: Online Graduate Certificate in Business Journalism

Interested in applying for the all-new online graduate certificate in business journalism?

Offered at Arizona State University by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, this 15 credit-hour program includes five graduate-level courses taught solely online.