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Quick poll: Tell us about Reynolds Center newsletters

By on Jan 21, 2010

What newsletters would you like to receive from the Reynolds Center?(poll) Thank you for letting us know. If you have other thoughts you’d like to share with us, please add a comment below. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. And subscribe to RSS feeds to make sure you don’t miss any of the features […]

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Trouble with a story? We’ll help.
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Trouble with a story? We’ll help.

We want to help put business journalists together. In many newsrooms, there is no longer an older reporter, columnist or editor to turn to when you get stuck on a story. Turn to us and we’ll find help. We held a Daily Story-Idea Chat for several months and that worked pretty well, but ran its […]

Rosland Gammon: Attention to details
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Rosland Gammon: Attention to details

Rosland Gammon is a former business journalist turned college instructor. Her newsroom experience includes reporting for The Philadelphia Inquirer, and reporting and editing at Bloomberg News. Gammon currently teaches communications at Alverno College in Milwaukee. She writes daily for BusinessJournalism.org specializing on best practices from business journalists around the United States.  I recently asked her […]

Melissa Preddy: A hunter of stories
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Melissa Preddy: A hunter of stories

Veteran financial writer Melissa Preddy served as a business writer, editor and columnist for The Detroit News from 1995 to 2008, is a Michigan-based freelance journalist.  She writes daily for BusinessJournalism.org and specializes in helping reporters come up with good, unique stories ideas. I recently asked her to elaborate on how she finds good story […]

Making the most with less
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Making the most with less

Andi Esposito, former business editor of the Telegram & Gazette in Worcester, Mass., talks about making the most of your resources, changes in the digital age and crafting coverage that speaks to readers in Central Massachusetts. Esposito told us about how essential it is to use every piece of the carcass even before the latest […]

Sharing investigative tactics
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Sharing investigative tactics

Alec Klein, a Medill faculty member at Northwestern University, is an award-winning investigative business journalist and bestselling author. He is a senior presenter at Reynolds Center workshops. For two decades, Klein worked as a newspaper reporter, most recently as an investigative business reporter at The Washington Post for the past eight years. He previously worked at […]

Dealing with disaster
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Dealing with disaster

Dealing with disaster is an understatement for the staff of The Times-Picayune. Business editor Kim Quillen, who spends much of her time answering readers’ post-Katrina questions, fielding five questions from us a couple of years after the floods. 1. Two years after Hurricane Katrina, does that calamity have a lingering effect? Katrina continues to shape […]

Keeping Houston covered
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Keeping Houston covered

5 Questions with Laura Goldberg, business editor of the Houston Chronicle. Goldberg talks about her target audience, the challenges of keeping up with technology and key topics her reporters are covering. 1. When you became business editor, did anything surprise you about the job? There weren’t many big surprises. If anything, just the volume of […]

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