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What Is NPR Next Generation Radio and How To Make Your Application Stand Out

Five years ago The Reynolds School hosted the first NPR Next Generation Radio Bootcamp, a week-long intensive training program where students produce quality multi-media stories with the help of public media professionals. Since then 23 students have gone through the program and many have gone on to work in public media. This year one of […]

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Attn: Graduate Students, Coming This Summer – Communicating Innovation

This course represents a partnership between the Journalism School and the College of Engineering. It is part of the course offerings in the renewable energy graduate certificate program but it also has included MBA students who took part to better identify ways to communicate complex technological and scientific ideas and innovations. This class is designed for students in the […]

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Reno Public Radio And The Reynolds School Host: First Amendment Under Fire?

We invite you to attend a forum featuring two experts on protecting free speech discussing obvious and overlooked threats facing the press and the public sphere in our current political climate. Reynolds School Assistant Professor of Media Law Patrick File will moderate a conversation with RonNell Andersen Jones of the University of Utah S.J. Quinney […]

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The Reynolds Speaker Series: Why Robots and Journalists Should Work Together

Technology and Journalism are obviously intertwined, but Meedan Director of Product An Xiao Mina says the real success is when the two work purposefully together. An Xiao Mina, Director of Product at Meedan, spoke to students and faculty on Tuesday as part of the Center for Media Studies talk series. Afterward she spoke at the […]

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PRSSA to host regional conference: PReimagined.

The Public Relations Student Society of Nevada has announced the PReimagined Conference at the Grand Sierra Resort this April, after successfully bidding to host the event at a conference in Indianapolis last October. Alison Gaulden, PRSSA Advisor and All Things Internship at the Reynolds School of Journalism, says PRSSA offers students a chance to practice […]

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The Intersection of Technology and Journalism: An Xiao Mina’s upcoming CAMS Talk

An Xiao Mina, an artist, author, and technologist from California, will be visiting the Reno Collective on March 13 as one of the speakers in the Center for Advanced Media Studies series. Mina is responsible for the team behind Meedan, where they work on translating social media and verifying news in real time. She’s also the […]

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What doing a Hackathon feels like (when you’ve never done one before)

I’ve never been to a Hackathon. I’ve never pitched a startup idea to potential investors. Last weekend I got to do both. MediaShift and the Reynolds School of Journalism partnered to present the 4th Annual MediaShift Journalism School Hackathon, where teams of students and faculty mentors teamed up to create and pitch a startup idea […]

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Noticiero Móvil launches magazine “Somos Nevada” at Sierra Arts Foundation

Noticiero Móvil, the first bilingual news studio to come out of the Reynolds School of Journalism, launched its print publication, Somos Nevada, this week at the Sierra Arts Foundation. The magazine, which translates to “We are Nevada,” features several past and current students’ work with Noticiero Móvil in both Spanish and English. Professor Vanessa Vancour, […]

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Reynolds School students and faculty to screen documentaries at Carson City Festival

Four student and faculty produced short documentaries will be screened at the Carson City International Film Weekend at the Bob Boldrick Theater inside the Carson Community Center. The work was produced last fall under Kari Barber’s short documentary class at the Reynolds School. Students divide into teams and spend the entire semester working on their […]

By Krysta Scripter | Events . Faculty News . Student Projects
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Did you miss The New York Times Editor Dean Baquet’s visit? Catch up here

Not even the rain and a rival basketball game could stop more than 200 people filing into the Nevada Museum of Art on Wednesday night. Students, faculty, media professionals and members of the public were all there to see the executive editor from one of the biggest newspapers in the country, The New York Times. Dean Baquet spoke on […]

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Why should you participate in Media Shift’s Bots and Chatbots hackathon? Mignon Fogarty has some thoughts.

The 4th Annual Journalism School Media Shift Hackathon is rapidly approaching and you might be thinking to yourself – “why should I spend a weekend of my life in the InNEVation center messing around with bots, I can’t even code.” Good news, you don’t need to code and the weekend promises to be a fun, […]

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Reynolds Media Lab and Our Town Reno host second showing of documentary on homeless youth in Reno

College is hard enough for most students. For homeless University of Nevada, Reno student, Corey Mcdowell, it was considerably harder. Invisible Girl is a collaborative documentary project between Our Town Reno and the Reynolds Media Lab. The film follows McDowell as she tells her story of living on the streets of Reno while also taking classes. The film […]

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