We Mean Business

Originally, the “How to Cover Money” podcast series, ”We Mean Business” is produced by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism, designed specifically for journalists who want to cover business better on their beats.

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Episodes

Thursday Jan 19, 2017

The How to Cover Money podcast is back with W.P. Carey School of Business professor Philip Drake and Bloomberg's Tom Contiliano, as they give an introduction on reading financial statements as a business reporter. Jenna Miller hosts this episode.

Saturday Nov 12, 2016

Brandon Quester and Evan Wyloge of the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting share their tips for finding and using census data. Quester and Wyloge originally shared these tips during Reynolds Week 2016.Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.To read the AZCIR's four-part investigation on hazardous chemicals, visit businessjournalism.org.

Friday Oct 21, 2016

Robin McDowell, and Martha Mendoza of the Associated Press discuss their 2015 Barlett and Steele Gold Award winning investigation “Fish Slavery.” McDowell and Mendoza discussed their project with Katherine Fitzgerald and Eddie Keller earlier this year.Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.To read the AP's four-part investigation, visit businessjournalism.org.

Friday Oct 07, 2016

University of Michigan economist Donald Grimes shares his tips for finding Regional Employment data.Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.To access the reports and surveys Grimes recommends during the podcast visit businessjournalism.org

Thursday Sep 22, 2016

Christopher Serres and Glenn Howatt of the Minneapolis Star Tribune sat down with Katherine Fitzgerald and Eddie Keller of the Reynolds Center to discuss their award winning work, "Unchecked Care." Serres and Howatt's investigation won the Silver Award at the 2015 Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism. Visit businessjournalism.org to read their four-part investigation. Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.

Saturday Jul 09, 2016

Glenn Hall, Executive Editor at the Washington Post shares more tips for creating winning business investigations. He originally shared these tips at Reynolds Week 2016.Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.

Friday Jun 24, 2016

Pat Beall of The Palm Beach Post sat down with Katherine Fitzgerald and Eddie Keller of the Reynolds Center to discuss her award winning work, "Dying for Care." Beall's investigation won the Bronze Award at the 2015 Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism. Visit businessjournalism.org to read her four-part investigation.Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.

Friday Jun 10, 2016

Glenn Hall, Executive Editor at the Washington Post shares his tips for creating winning business investigations. He originally shared these tips at Reynolds Week 2016.Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.

Friday May 06, 2016

Ricardo Baca, editor of The Denver Post’s website The Cannabist; and Kevin Dale, executive editor of Arizona PBS’s Cronkite News, who directed pot coverage as a top editor at the Post, share more insights on covering the legal marijuana industry. They originally shared these tips at Reynolds Week 2016. Megan Calcote, program coordinator for the Reynolds Center, hosts the podcast series. 

Friday Apr 22, 2016

Ricardo Baca, editor of The Denver Post’s website The Cannabist; and Kevin Dale, executive editor of Arizona PBS’s Cronkite News, who directed pot coverage as a top editor at the Post, share their insights in covering the legal marijuana industry. They originally shared these tips at Reynolds Week 2016. Megan Calcote, program coordinator for the Reynolds Center, hosts the podcast series.

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At the Reynolds Center

The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism was established in 2003 with the goal of improving the quality of media coverage of business and the economy. Since then our mission has been to promote the importance of business journalism among journalism students, give journalists tools to improve their business coverage and help freelancers navigate working with a variety of publications.

Over the years the Reynolds Center has trained more than 30,000 journalists and educators through in-person and online training throughout the country. We have worked with a wide range of freelance writers and collaborated with academic professors and departments in order to continuously improve the quality of content we produce including ebooks, podcasts, and instructional fun videos. 

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