3 Stories to Report on Health Care Inflation

The overall rate of inflation for all goods and services in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) is projected at 2.6%

Read More

Lessons in Journalism Innovation from SXSW 2018

South by Southwest may be best known for its movie screenings, raucous parties with live music and panels on tech

Read More

Reporter’s Briefing: Explaining Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency is a decentralized digital currency that’s not tied to financial agencies, banks, governments, or other regulators. The integrity of

Read More

Business Stories of the Week: Friday, March 30, 2018

#DeleteFacebook picks up steam In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, more and more Americans are learning how Facebook

Read More

Finding Local Tech Stories

Technology has never been a more popular business topic, as cities across the country work to add tech jobs and

Read More

3 Stories to Report on Medical Debt

As health care costs increase in 2018, and consumers assume more of the cost of their care, medical debt is

Read More

5 Ways the Internet of Things is Changing Different Industries

Our lives are more internet-connected than ever. This has created the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things (IoT) includes everything

Read More

3 Stories to Report on Inflation

After a few rate hikes in 2017, the news that the Federal Reserve is expected to raise rates in March

Read More

Business Stories of the Week: Friday, March 16, 2018

Former Equifax CIO charged for insider trading Accused of offloading stock prior to public knowledge of Equifax’s massive data breach

Read More

New Twist on Earth Day: Ideas for Covering Food Waste

Earth Day is April 22, and it’s not too early to start planning fresh angles for this year’s coverage. One

Read More

Writing Tips for Kicking Your Personal Clichés

You’ve heard more times than you could count not to use clichés, whether from a teacher or in the railing

Read More

Join Us for Strictly Financials in Los Angeles

On May 3, journalists will gather at the Arizona State University’s California Center in Santa Monica, California for a day

Read More

Story Jump-Start: Covering Election Costs

With the close presidential election in 2016 and races in divided national and state legislatures, special elections have garnered extra

Read More

New Story Angles You’ll Find at Local Coffee Shops

Specialty coffee consumption continues to rise and nearly half of coffee consumed in 2017 (46 percent) was consumed out of

Read More

Business Stories of the Week: Friday, March 2, 2018

Boeing, White House reach Air Force One deal Shortly after winning the 2016 election, President Trump called foul on Boeing’s

Read More

Use Your “Common Sense Filter” on Every Story for Better Results

There’s a bewildering amount of data you face in reporting on business. But even that is dwarfed by the mountains

Read More

Business Angles for Covering Music Festivals

Every year, it seems like event organizers and record labels put on more music festivals. Big ticket events like Coachella

Read More

How to Stop Astroturfing by Special Interests

One of the covert ways that companies and PR firms affect coverage and influence the public is through astroturfing. Astroturf,

Read More

We’ll See You in Chicago for NICAR 2018!

The Reynolds Center is excited to sponsor a pre-conference workshop at NICAR 2018 in Chicago on Wednesday, March 7. Reporter

Read More

Business Stories of the Week: Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

U.S. manufacturing output stagnates In 2017, manufacturers added 200,000 jobs and saw greater exports and consumer spending. However, the first

Read More

Health Care Stories to Report on the New Tax Cuts

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act sets off several important changes in healthcare to watch in 2018. Millions of

Read More