Tag Archives: future of journalism

Class Blog Discussion #1

Please read: “How David O. Russell Made Me a Journalist,” by Callie Schweitzer and weigh in on the comments section of this blog post with your own comments.

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Some Good Reading…

Hi multimediaites — Came across a couple of interesting articles over the weekend: *  “Some shifts in power visible in journalism today,” Jay Rosen *  “Outgoing Washington Post ombudsman: ‘My bet is that this position will disappear,’” Poynter *  “McGrory: … Continue reading

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All-Star Alumni Panel

The Journalism Program is organizing a Journalism All-Stars Alumni Panel with dinner between 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at Top of the Campus (10th floor of the Campus Center, overlooking the site of our new building!). Dress … Continue reading

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Blog Discussion #1

Folks — Please read this column by Bill Keller of the NYT and weigh in with your thoughts in the comments section here by the start of class on Thursday.   Steve

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The Bin Laden Timeline

Twitter tipped us off. TV confirmed, gave it emotion. Newspapers memorialized it. Journalism ISN’T dead.

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Final Interactive Assignment of the Year

Multimediates — Please read Jay Rosen’s What I Think I Know About Journalism blog post and weigh in on his comments board with your thoughts about the post and the comments.  Please indentify yourselves as UMass journalism students as well. … Continue reading

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Class Blog Discussion: The Job Market

Multimediaites — It’s never to early to be thinking about the job market (even if you’re not a graduating senior 🙂 And, if you’re a junior, you should seriously find a way to fit in BJ Roche’s Journalism Launchpad class … Continue reading

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