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Reynolds Week 2010



Rob Barry, Donald Barlett, James Steele
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Award honors two inspirational business series

This year’s winners of the Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism are the type of journalists that get your blood pumping. Their work exposes fraud, holds powers accountable and highlights the voiceless. They’ve got enough passion for the craft to inspire the jaded and the series they penned in 2008 prove that investigative […]

Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 2
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Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 2

These classroom videos are from Reynolds Week 2010, Day 2 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 […]

A focus on fundamentals
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A focus on fundamentals

Business Journalism Professors and Strictly Financials fellows combined into one group this morning to build financial fundamentals with Professor Jimmy Gentry. From understanding the goals of accounting to identifying key reporting documents, Gentry took the journalists through a refresher course of must-know guidelines for solid business coverage. Some key notes: Annual reports: the 10-K is […]

Power lunch with Bogdanich
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Power lunch with Bogdanich

With three Pulitzer Prizes for investigative business journalism on his resume, it’s hard to imagine a skill that Walt Bogdanich hasn’t mastered. But there is something this investigations editor for The New York Times has on his list – tackling the world of new media. Bogdanich told Reynolds Center fellows his paper rarely offers an […]

The fellows best biz sources
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The fellows best biz sources

Strictly Financials fellows spend the most of Tuesday learning how to understand markets and build sources. After hours focusing on stocks and bonds, instructor James K. Gentry, asked  fellows to share some of their most trusted Web resources. Here’s a few that were mentioned: Footnoted.org – Michelle Leder’s guide to what’s hiding in SEC filings. Investopedia […]

Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos - Day 1
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Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 1

These classroom videos are from Reynolds Week 2010, Day 1 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 […]

New York Times editor on becoming an investigator
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New York Times editor on becoming an investigator

Walt Bogdanich doesn’t believe the naysayers that say investigative business journalism is on life support. Not one bit. If you try to convince him that readers only thrive on quick news briefs will little context, he’ll shake his head. Tell him that in-depth writing is dying and he’ll give you evidence to the contrary. Bogdanich’s […]

Follow Reynolds Week sessions on Twitter
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Follow Reynolds Week sessions on Twitter

The 24 Fellows settle in to seminars on how to cover finance and tips and tactics for business journalism professors. Follow along on Twitter.  We’re using hashtag #ReynoldsWeek. A few Fellows are reporting from the classrooms and Reynolds Center staff will join in at times.  You can participate too.  Use the hashtag to send us […]

Agenda for 2010 Strictly Financials seminar
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Agenda for 2010 Strictly Financials seminar

These are some highlights from the agenda for the Strictly Financials Seminar held in Phoenix during Reynolds Business Journalism Week, Jan. 4-8. STRICTLY FINANCIALS SEMINAR MONDAY—Jan. 4, 20106-9 pm  – Fiesta Bowl-watching party on 16- by 9-foot screen   Boise State vs. Texas Christian University Optional social function with beer, wine and snacksForum, 2nd Floor, Cronkite […]