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Is This the Social Media Revolution?

The future of social media is bright and shining. As the digital world continues to expand and become incorporated into almost every aspect of our daily lives, the utilization of social media rides on its coattails by connecting everyone, anywhere, across the globe. 401 more words

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Why is the knowledge of handling data essential for journalists?

There is a promise in data and this is what excites newsrooms, making them look for a new type of reporter. Look at it this way: instead of hiring journalists to quickly fill pages and websites with low value content the use of data could create demand for interactive packages, where spending a week on solving one question is the only way to do it.

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Why you should study JOURNALISM.

Once,it was said that knowledge is power. But time has changed.So does the world. Now we say that information is power. And if you want a career full of excitement and a desk full of various information;Journalism might be your choice to study. 685 more words

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What do we do now?

It is not the end of political journalism. It is only the beginning. The beginning of a new era in which understanding the challenges that we face and the mistakes that we made will be crucial. 900 more words

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A new Era is opening up for political journalism

Political journalism is going through a major transition. The rules of the game have changed. Although being an uncertain one, it is for sure an exciting era for journalists. 1,334 more words

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As I mentioned in my previous post, I am obviously interested in the future of journalism. Since I am an aspiring journalist, I thought it would be important to look into the future of my career path a little bit more. 200 more words

The Future of Journalism

I came across this video as I was searching for what the future of journalism might be. It caught my attention because it mentioned drones and virtual reality, which I never even considered really being a part of journalism. 132 more words