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SJ@BBC, CJR + NYT?

So maybe this structured journalism idea is going mainstream after all.

The BBC recently announced a “manifesto for structured journalism,” which has to be the first time a major news organization has used that term; and there was a very… 511 more words

Future Of News

Newspapers See More Bad News, as Jobs Decline

It’s another bad-news story for the US newspaper industry: newsroom jobs slumped another 10.4 percent to the lowest level since tracking began in 1978. 297 more words

Mediasphere

Covering the 'Black Twitter' Beat

Asking how am I going to cover Black Twitter is like asking how I’m going to cover American culture. I’m never going to get all of it, but I’m going to pull what I find interesting.

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Nonfiction

'A Sweatshop for Trustafarians' Inside Vice's Williamsburg Headquarters

Vice’s headquarters are a 30,000-square-foot amalgamation of converted warehouses in Williamsburg, Brooklyn—hipster capital of the US. , who was not made available for an interview with CJR despite repeated requests, has called his office of 425 workers “a sweatshop for trustafarians” and the culture “like an incestuous family.”

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Nonfiction

Journalism and the Power of Emotions

Journalism and the Power of Emotion

by Lene Bech Sillesen, Chris Ip, and David Uberti, Columbia Journalism Review, 2015

I’d recently had a conversation with a girl in college who’d written a paper on the differences between the print media and digital media.  83 more words