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Skimming the news

Two years ago, I wrote about how journalism students at UNC-Chapel Hill got their news. It’s a question that I always ask on the first day of class. 252 more words

Journalism Education

Why Should Students Still Study Journalism Given the Sorry State of the News Industry?

Dan Reimold of collegemediamatters.com  posted on 13 Aug 2015,”Journalism, more than ever, is now everywhere, impacting the way the world is shaped and seen, inside and out.” He referred the talk by  724 more words

Class Room

Q&A with Paige Ladisic, editor-in-chief of The Daily Tar Heel

Paige Ladisic is editor-in-chief of The Daily Tar Heel, the student newspaper at UNC-Chapel Hill. She previously served as online managing editor, summer editor and staff writer at the DTH. 1,055 more words

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Techniques and challenges of new models for journalism: The Undercurrent

By MARK PEARSON Follow @Journlaw

As legacy media outlets grapple with the challenges of retaining and engaging their audiences, new media entrepreneurs experiment with new forms of journalism and novel ways of winning funding. 300 more words

Benefits of using Twitter from Day One in a news writing class

About 300 @Griffith_Uni students start Intro to Journalism lectures and tutes today. Welcome to #1508HUM . Keep it tight and get it right.

— Prof Mark Pearson (@JournLaw) …

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