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Letter from the Editors

Since the advent of the digital age, the news media have struggled with adapting to new technologies and identifying new models of funding their...

CORRECTION: News Media Walk Tightrope between Online Free Speech and Protecting Advertisers

The article, "News Media Walk Tightrope between Online Free Speech and Protecting Advertisers" (Montana Journalism Review 2016), stated that Billings Gazette Editor Darrell Ehrlick...

CORRECTION: Lee Enterprises Tests New Model of State Politics Coverage in Montana

The article, "Lee Enterprises Tests New Model of State Politics Coverage in Montana," which was published in Montana Journalism Review 2016 (web and print),...

Why MJR Failed in 2015 and How It’s Moving Forward

“It was just a shitshow for the most part.” That is how Madelyn Beck remembers November 6, 2014, the final night of editing on Montana...

Letter from the Editors

Dear readers, Nine million acres across the United States went up in flames in 2015, along with more than half of the Forest Service’s annual...

Letter from the Editors

Dear readers, It’s one thing to conjure up a bright new world of journalism with mobile apps, daring interactive storytelling formats, innovative pay models, and endless...

CORRECTION: Transients of the Digital Age

A version of the article “Transients of the Digital Age,” which was published in the print edition of MJR 2015 (pp. 19–27), contained several...
The Hit List

The Hit List: Top 10 Stories We Want Reported in 2014

1. A growing concern How is climate change affecting agriculture, a $2.8 billion industry in Montana? 2. Kids won’t be kids Does Montana’s lack of social events...
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MJR Destroys a Cake

Photo by Tommy Martino Believe it or not, they had a plan. To visually display a story about the broken system of same-sex marriage, the Montana...

Sales: Dead Worms and Genuine Laughs

When I tell people part of my job as business manager of MJR is selling advertisements, they cringe. “Ew…I hate selling ads,” one of my...

Standing Rock: Native journalists torn between passion and neutrality

Story by Jason Begay, photos by Olivia Vanni See more of MJR's Standing Rock Coverage with this interactive web documentary. Even if it weren’t for that...

Expanding the Wild

By Dave Stalling Congressional stalemates have held up legislation for years that could create the first new wilderness designations Montana has seen in a generation....