Donald W. Reynolds Announces 2010-11 Fellows

The University of Missouri’s Reynolds Journalism Institute announced its Donald W. Reynolds 2010-2011 fellows. The chosen few range from entrepreneurs to journalists and interactive directors.

The fellows will spend a year exploring new ways to produce and package news.
The entrepreneur on the list is David Cohn, the creator of Spot.us, a community journalism platform. “During the Reynolds Fellowship I’m going to explore and push ‘community-focused sponsorships’… It will further explore Spot.Us relinquishing control of the money in journalism over to the community,” said Cohn on the fellowship website.
The full list of fellows after the jump.

– David Cohn, director of Spot.us.
– Anne Derryberry, news editor and columnist at Learning Solutions magazine.
– David Herzog, associate professor of print and digital news at the Missouri School of Journalism.
– Joy Mayer, associate professor of print and digital news at the Missouri School of Journalism.
– Lisa Skube, vice president of strategy for Pop Art.
– Will Sullivan, interactive director at The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.