Donald W. Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism

Two Minute Tips

June 2016

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How to Cover the “Buy Local” Movement

“Buy local” campaigns have been gaining traction for the last decade. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find fresh and interesting angles to cover them. This blog covers a few new ways

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Resources for covering the energy and sustainability beat

The sustainability movement often makes headlines, but not always for its impact on businesses. Here are four resources to explore when reporting on energy and sustainability from a business perspective. Get

Five International Economics Business Stories Using BEA Data

The Bureau of Economic Analysis within the U.S. Department of Commerce provides official macroeconomic and industry statistics, providing journalists with a goldmine of statistics and data for business stories, particularly

Reporter Tips For Interviewing a CEO

Business reporters often interview chief executives — but how to ask questions that don’t seem to waste their time? This blog offers five easy guidelines to coming up with questions

Ken Teegardin Numbers And Finance

Lease Accounting

This is one of a series of articles, Covering Financials, focused on financial accounting disclosures and how you as a journalist can interpret and report on them. The first four articles

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The art and craft of business reporting

Reynolds Lecture Series at UGA Emphasizes the Need for Compelling Storytelling The craft of business reporting has evolved over the last three decades, but the challenge of telling compelling stories has

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Getting to Know the Wine Business

  #NationalWineDay may be over, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop thinking vino. Here are some tips to cover the wine business in your region. Obtain Data on

Ken Teegardin Numbers And Finance

Earnings Per Share (EPS) and Share Buybacks

This is one of a series of articles, Covering Financials, focused on financial accounting disclosures and how you as a journalist can interpret and report on them. The first four articles

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