Collaboration Nation: Takeaways from #ASJA2019

Editors, freelance journalists and content marketing writers flocked to downtown New York City earlier this month for American Society of

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Reynolds Center Accepts Entries for Barlett & Steele Awards

Entries are now being accepted for the 2019 Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism, the nation’s top investigative

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Check a Subject’s Political Connections

We’re coming up—again!—on an election cycle which has become practically a full-time business. This is a period where political reporters

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3 (Seriously Simple) Ways to Save for an Emergency

The lack of U.S. emergency savings is a news story that consistently receives attention, but the statistics just aren’t budging.

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Reporter’s Brief: Covering Medical Residencies

Before doctors with medical degrees can be licensed to practice independently, they must spend three to seven years completing an

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Planning Your Summer Hiring Coverage

With Memorial Day approaching, it’s not too soon to start planning your coverage of summer hiring or take a pulse

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Kon Mari: A Fresh Angle on Spring Cleaning Stories

Earlier this year, as Japanese organizing expert Marie Kondo moved her popular KonMari method from best-selling book to Netflix sensation, donations

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Reynolds Weekly: April 29, 2019

Elderly employees: assemble! McDonalds announced Wednesday that it was partnering with the nonprofit AARP to hire more older employees. To

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Write for the Format the Audience Expects

Anyone can get into a rut. When you’re a working journalist, a rut can become so deep that you no

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New Survey Says Boomers Are More Savvy About Online Security Than Millennials

Baby boomers beat out tech-savvy millennials in guarding their online security, according to a survey of over 4,000 internet users

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Reynold’s Weekly: April 22, 2019

Ridesharing Drivers Concerned About Wages Lyft and Uber drivers have said that while riders are paying higher fees during price

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Three Ways Your Readers Can Save More Money for Retirement

Contribution limits to qualified retirement plans for U.S. workers increased in 2019. U.S. workers can now save up to $19,000

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Make Sure the Trend or Event Is Really New

Trends are a great topic for any sort of journalism and are of particular interest in business. Knowing where companies

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Unravel the Mysteries of Medicare for Readers

Every day, 10,000 Americans turn 65, which means they qualify for health coverage from Medicare. The size of that number

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Reynolds Weekly: April 15, 2019

Income-Share Agreements Replace Student Loans Instead of taking out loans, students may be able to make a deal with investors

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Time for Journalists to Take a Big Step Back from Tech

Oxford University and Reuters did a big study of how U.K. media covered artificial intelligence. Here are some of the

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Don’t Tune Out Data Breach Security

During a major data breach in December 2018, cybercriminals stole the names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and passport numbers

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Reynolds Weekly: April 8, 2019

  Weekend Produce Inspections to End at Arizona Border Federal officials said they will halt inspections of commercial trucks on

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Covering Cancer and Health Care

Although cancer in men has declined slightly and the overall rate remains steady in women, cancer is still a serious

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How to Help Your Readers Prepare for a Recession

In the upcoming year, when economists and Wall Street analysts are forecasting a recession, it will be too late to

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When Statistical Median and Mean Tell You Nothing

In business journalism, statistics may not be second nature to all reporters, but they are a constant companion and it’s

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