As more people get information from Twitter, YouTube and other nontraditional sources, newsrooms need journalists who can tell compelling stories using the latest technology and tactics.
Staying Relevant in the Changing World of Media
Technical innovation and market instability are changing the game for modern journalists. That’s why the Kiplinger Program at Ohio State University teaches new digital tools and approaches, to keep journalists relevant in a changing media world.
Our intensive, hands-on training teaches social media, video, spreadsheets and digital reporting tools. During the past year, the Kiplinger Program has trained nearly 1,800 journalists – on campus and across the country.
What we offer:
- Competitive one-week fellowships to train selected mid-career journalists
- Kiplinger workshops with open enrollment
- Training at major journalism conventions, including Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)
- Custom workshops in newsrooms and at universities
All programs are funded through the generous support of the Kiplinger Foundation, in partnership with Ohio State University.