10 years ago, Mezcla Magazine started as a class project for a First Year Seminar at UNC. Now it continues through the energy and hard work of students who produce it for their peers. 91 more words
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Journalism is dead.
Most college journalists have heard this saying at least once — or twice, probably one hundred times — during their undergraduate career. It’s the kind of omen that conjures Dante-like images of unemployment hell and sends undergrads spiraling through the five stages of grief: 741 more words
The UNC-CH “Saving Community Journalism” project interviewed me about innovation at two different types of media companies – pure digital and established, multi-media companies. The interview stresses the importance of a) inner game and b) remembering that the entire company has to work together to get new risky (initially low-revenue) projects up and running.