Monthly Archives: February 2009

Look Forward, Not Back, Part II

I think I’m going to start a regular series of posts with the above title… Today’s subhede: “The Death of (print) Newspapers Does Not Equal the Death of Journalism.” The latest sky is falling scenario will come via NPR’s Morning … Continue reading

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Solo Journalists

Solo journalists, mobile journalists, one-man bands — call them what you will because we’re going to be seeing more of them. Al Tompkins of Poynter writes about KGTV’s Joe Little — the latest iteration of the solo journalist.

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A Look to the Future

Mindy McAdams has a fascinating post on her blog, offering some invaluable information and advice for both student journalists and journalism professors. Mindy provides survey results from 86 newspaper editors and publishers prior to a journalism job fair. The findings … Continue reading

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