In this lively two-part webinar Feb. 5-6, Pulitzer winner Jacqui Banaszynski will explore the characteristics of memorable and accurate profiles, as well as offer a range of profile approaches that can suit your purpose, publication and audience.
For most of my career, one of the most important questions bosses would ask about a potential job candidate was whether he or she had “good news judgment.” I’m not sure that’s true any longer. It’s not a skill that’s sexy or in immediate vocational demand, such as multimedia producer. It’s not a skill that’s [...]
The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism invites AEJMC members to apply for a four-day seminar on how to teach a college course in business journalism. The eighth annual Business Journalism Professors Seminar will be held Jan. 2-5, 2014, at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Phoenix. [...]
Beat transitions have always been haphazard. At their best, the former beat reporter gives you her beat book (more about that later), takes you around to meet key sources and gives you the important back stories about companies and personalities. Or suddenly you have a new assignment and you’re on your own. Based on anecdotal [...]
If you’re looking to cover business better, the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism can help with free training in business journalism. Check our six-month schedule of training for fall 2013, with online and in-person sessions taught by award-winning journalists and professors.
ATTENTION: Experienced business journalists and prospective business journalism professors.
The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is offering 24 fellowships worth $1,500 each for four days of study in business journalism – Jan. 2-5, 2014, in Phoenix.
Whether you’re working in a mainstream news organization or striking out on your own with a blog, news site or freelance business, we’re all media entrepreneurs these days. In this workshop before the Excellence in Journalism (EIJ) 2013 Conference in Anaheim, Calif., learn how to brand and market yourself and to pitch your ideas, plus understand the basics of financial and time management.
Journalism programs at the University of Oklahoma and California State University, Fullerton will receive visiting business journalism professors next spring under an Arizona State University program funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. ASU’s Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is seeking experienced business journalists to fill these positions.
Business stories – or stories with strong business angles – have won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting in each of the last eight years. Business is fertile territory for investigative reporting, but all too often is overlooked by local reporters. Get the skills you need to identify and develop local investigative business stories at a free, daylong workshop in Madison, Wisc., on Saturday, Sept. 28.