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“The vast majority of the people who propose and make changes to Wikipedia are volunteers. A few people, however, have figured out how to manipulate Wikipedia’s supposedly neutral system to turn a profit.
Journalism, the future, and you! from Michigan State University. You will learn about the career paths that are available in journalism, and what opportunities the skill sets of a journalist can offer in other fields. You will explore areas such ...
Each year, we ask some of the smartest people in journalism and digital media what they think is coming in the next 12 months. Here’s what they had to say. “Some public-minded publications are beginning to sound like an NPR station during pledge week: An increasing amount of the work they ...
Dame Frances Cairncross was asked to undertake a review into the sustainability of high quality journalism in the UK in March 2018. The purpose of the review was to examine and make ...
The Department of Journalism at SF State offers one of the most diverse and vital programs for the study of Journalism in Northern California.
Just a reminder that tomorrow the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will be hosting the 3rd workshop in its ongoing event series, "Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?"This workshop will feature various experts discussing the FTC's 47-page "staff discussion draft," which outlines "Potential Policy Recommendations to Support the Reinvention of Journalism."
As the world’s social media intelligence agency, we identify global news and trends. Come help us build the future of social media intelligence in one of our global offices: Dublin, New York, London and Sydney.
Tony Rogers has an M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University and has worked for the Associated Press and the New York Daily News. He has written and taught journalism for over 25 years.
What if you could experience a story with your entire body, not just with your mind? Nonny de la Peña is working on a new form of journalism that combines traditional reporting with emerging virtual reality technology to put the audience inside the story. The result is an evocative experience that de la Peña hopes will help people understand the news in a brand new way.
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