- What inaccuracies and spin do you see? twitter.com/Kyle_DaLuz/sta… 1 day ago
- Wonder what Boston sports fans think about this article from @DigBoston: digboston.com/special-featur… #umasssportsjournalism 1 day ago
- An interesting read for Boston-area sports fans. #umasssportsbroadcasting 1 day ago
- RT @FrankLoMonte: "Making the school look bad" is the #1 excuse for censorship. That's illegal in Kansas, and should be everywhere. https:/… 2 days ago
- RT @taffyakner: That word. I don't think it means what you think it means. twitter.com/Scaramucci/sta… 2 days ago
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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.
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
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
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
Twitter tipped us off. TV confirmed, gave it emotion. Newspapers memorialized it. Journalism ISN’T dead.