Monthly Archives: October 2010

ONA Comments Discussion Focuses on the Negative

One of the reasons I like coming to the ONA Conference every year is to meet up with Mark Briggs — one of the true online visionaries out there who always has a positive perspective on the state of the … Continue reading

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UMass Journalism Students Learning Through Partnerships

I’m here in Washington D.C., at the Online News Association’s annual conference, being held in Washington D.C. this year, and hoping once again to push conversations about partnerships between news organizations and academia. These partnerships are slowly growing around the … Continue reading

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Journalism to get new building!

A big announcement from UMass! UMass Amherst to Build New $85 Million Academic Classroom Building AMHERST, Mass. – The University of Massachusetts Amherst campus will be erecting a new $85 million academic classroom building to provide the campus with 1,800 … Continue reading

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MassLive’s Kubosiak, Sullivan to visit UMass Journalism

MassLive’s S.P. Sullivan and Ed Kubosiak will visit Mary Carey’s Journalism 201 class on Oct. 18, at 5 p.m. in Bartlett 212. We have room for more, so please consider coming! Ed and Sean are doing some exciting things, including … Continue reading

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Great Opportunity with American Junior Golf Association!

We recently received this e-mail from Lauren Shelly, the Manager of Recruiting and Special Events for the AJGA: It is that time of year where the American Junior Golf Association begins the search for more than 50 interns that will … Continue reading

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Going Viral

“Going Viral.” It’s a saying we in the journalism profession hear a lot and for the most part it goes to the fundamental changes going on in the concept of “publishing.”  That’s a term that for decades has carried lofty … Continue reading

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