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10 Useful Tips to Become a Successful Travel Blogger

What does it take to become an expert travel blogger?

Well, my 23+ years’ expertise in content domain says, anybody can begin with web journalism and turn into a “blogger”. 740 more words

Using Videolicious

Students enrolled in the Online Journalism class at James Madison University are using videolicious to create videos July 11 through July 13.

From Correspondence -- Journalism Democritized

On the record?

Off the record?

Journalists exercise discretion as part of the business, but most put together stories for broadly distributed publication. The investigative types routinely pull together stories their subjects may not wish to see read anywhere. 501 more words

Conflict - Culture - Language - Psychology

What is Bundlr?

Bundlr is a web curation tool that was created by two developers in Portugal. It can be used to bundle together content about a topic of your choosing. 422 more words

How to participate in #wjchat

Tonight I’ve been asked to host #wjchat, to talk about building social media journalism skills in newsrooms.

With its inaugural chat in February 2010, #wjchat was one of the first Twitter chats out there, and holds great esteem among web journalists (we now call ourselves digital journalists, or even — gasp — journalists). 460 more words

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Digital pilots

In the last 20 or so years, the internet has been born and has grown faster than anyone knew it could. It started as a tiny newborn baby, but grew faster than a teenage boy. 394 more words

Tynin Fries

Origins of Radio News and Net Neutrality

The 1900’s made way for a new medium of news: radio. Much like print’s rise in America it was chaotic, perhaps more so due to the lack of regulation in it’s early stages. 307 more words

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