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Fellowships offered for January business journalism seminars in Phoenix
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Fellowships offered for January business journalism seminars in Phoenix

ATTENTION: Experienced business journalists and prospective business journalism professors. The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is offering 24 fellowships worth $2,000 each for four days of study in business journalism – Jan. 4-7 in Phoenix. Fellowships cover training, lodging, materials and most meals. Fellows receive a $500 stipend to offset travel and […]

REYNOLDS WEEK 2010: Resources, recordings
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REYNOLDS WEEK 2010: Resources, recordings

Videos of Reynolds Week sessions are online Recorded sessions from the week full of business journalism seminars: VIDEOS: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 Agendas: Financials | Professors Full coverage of Reynolds Week Award honors inspirational series Call for 2010 B&S awards List of 2010′s 23 Fellows Recap of Twitter […]

Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 4
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Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 4

These classroom videos are from Reynolds Week 2010, Day 4 lectures. The videos are captured by automated equipment in the classroom and are unedited. You can fast-forward through breaks and there is a notation after each VIDEO link that points out when in the video the lecture begins. Click on the link and then click […]

Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 3
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Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 3

These classroom videos are from Reynolds Week 2010, Day 3 lectures. The videos are captured by automated equipment in the classroom and are unedited. You can fast-forward through breaks and there is a notation after each VIDEO link that points out when in the video the lecture begins. Click on the link and then click […]

What are the next folos on the financial meltdown?
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What are the next folos on the financial meltdown?

Gary Trennepohl, president of the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, offered these potential stories to the Strictly Financials fellows, following up on the credit crisis and market crash of 2008: What is the future for the smart securitization of assets? Who will regulate them, and who will rate them? Is there another crash coming in the housing […]

Where will grads find journalism jobs?
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Where will grads find journalism jobs?

Jodi Schneider, a senior editor for American Banker in Washington who handles newsroom recruiting, predicts that jobs for new grads will be in specialty pubs and Web sites, not small-town newspapers. In addition to understanding their niche — such as energy or politics — and multimedia, new grads need the ability “to decipher complicated information […]

Why should journalists use social media?
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Why should journalists use social media?

For journalists, social-networking sites can be used as a communication tool, a source for news stories, a breaking-news platform, another place to publish content and a way to grow audience. Robin J. Phillips, Web managing editor for BusinessJournalism.org, made those points to a combined lunch-time session of business journalists and business journalism professors during Reynolds […]

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Can you beat the stock market?

In short, no, says Gary Trennepohl, president of the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa. Speaking to Strictly Financial fellows, he says that the market is so efficient that it’s almost impossible to beat it.  New information is widely, quickly and cheaply available and is rapidly reflected in security prices. There are two main camps of analysts of […]

Use ratios to decode financial statements
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Use ratios to decode financial statements

Gary Trennepohl, president of Oklahoma State University-Tulsa, offers these tips to the Strictly Financials fellows in how to decode financial statements. Trennepohl is the former dean of the College of Business Administration at the OSU campus in Stillwater. He suggests using these ratios to judge a company’s profitability.  For all, the higher the number, the […]

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