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Graduate Student Uses Analytics to Help Journalists Negotiate Contracts

With media organizations rapidly expanding their online presence, social media- and web-focused positions are becoming more popular. Until recently, journalists hoping to cash in...

North Dakota Leads Western States in Student Free Speech Laws

In April 2013, an anti-abortion poster was removed from the hallway of Griggs County Central High School in Cooperstown, North Dakota, after a parent...

I, Journalist

Few narrative devices are as contentious in journalism as the first-person point of view. First-time storytellers in particular pine to use it, only to be...

Happy Media

Story by Kimball Bennion Greg Dunn's Facebook event page The Gratitude Journal still attracts daily posts from tens of thousands of followers even after it...

The Deflated Journalist

Column by Jason Kintzler, illustration by Tiffany Garner Right now in a newsroom somewhere, panic has set in. Mounting financial pressure from a newspaper publisher has...

Source Check: How Montana Television Stations Identify Experts on The Web

Story by Conrad Scheid, photos by Sarah Chaput de Saintonge Even in an era when finding information is often as simple as a Google search,...

Under a Closer Scope

Story by Jacob Baynham, photos by Bess Brownlee On the main street of Stevensville, shouldered between an antique shop and a fabric store, stands a...
Two photos of Austin Green , one is a smiling portrait, the other is a picture of him below a ticketing sign at Missoula International airport

Shooting Solo

Story by Michael Beall, photos by Sarah Chaput de Saintonge It took one editors’ meeting on the first day of Austin Green’s internship to make...

Scanner Shut-Off

Story by Jesse Flickinger Reporters in Billings used to rely on their police scanner to alert them to crimes. These days, they have to be...

Energy Beat Booms

Story by Jayme Dittmar, screenshot from video by Brian Gill When Dan Boyce left his post as Montana Public Radio’s capitol bureau chief for Denver,...

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...

Year in Review: Sparking Resistance and ADUs

Despite causing the worst damage the state has seen in 100 years, wildfires may be helping Montana. The western United States endured one of the...