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Student guest post: How tone can make or break an email newsletter

Students in JOMC 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guests posts for this blog this semester. This is the 14th (and last) of those posts. Martha Upton is a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in journalism and history. 545 more words

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Student guest post: Graphic video of S.C. shooting needed a warning

Students in JOMC 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guests posts for this blog this semester. This is the 12th of those posts. Amanda Raymond is a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in journalism and psychology, with a minor in English literature. 735 more words

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JOURNALISM: AND ITS RISE AND RISE IN INDIA –Part 2

Journalism in India, or rather say journalist in India have now been categorised into certain groups like the ones in their khadi kurtas and jholas (the serious ones, Barkha Dutt types), or the ones like Suited prim and proper Aarnab Goswami’s, who make more noise than a driller, (but yes, he’s got points) and not to forget the blingy reporters who tell you which actor was found with which actress or the dark ruthless looking reporter talking about how one mother in law who killed her daughter (I picked you the obvious one! 205 more words

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Happy birthday, NewsU

Poynter’s News University, an e-learning site for journalists and other communicators, celebrates its 10th birthday this week. Hooray!

I have worked with NewsU when it was a toddler and I was a new faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill. 190 more words

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JOURNALISM: AND ITS RISE AND RISE IN INDIA part-1

Sticking to the theoretical part, Wikipedia describes Journalism as “gathering, processing, and dissemination of news and information related to the news to an audience. The word applies to both the method of inquiring for news and the literary style which is used to disseminate it”, more so, which in a lay man’s language can be summed up to a discipline of acquiring and presenting news, be it social, economic, cultural or political to an audience, through different mediums. 358 more words

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Student guest post: UVa newspaper shows limits of 'satire'

Students in JOMC 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guests posts for this blog this semester. This is the 11th of those posts. Nick Niedzwiadek is a junior from Latham, New York, majoring in journalism and political science at UNC-Chapel Hill. 395 more words

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