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Sean Mussenden

Sean Mussenden is co-editor of American Journalism Review (AJR.org), running the digital publication with co-editor Leslie Walker and news editor Lisa Rossi. A former Washington correspondent, he oversees two experiential, hands-on journalism programs at the University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism that are integral to the college's "teaching hospital" model of professional instruction: AJR and Capital News Service (a 25-year-old professional news organization covering Maryland news). He also teaches traditional courses incorporating data visualization, programming, web development, web design, data analysis, social media and computational journalism.


Stories by Sean Mussenden
Live Blog: Computation + Journalism Symposium 2014, 24 Oct 2014
Where Journalism Meets Computer Science: Charting a New Future, 24 Oct 2014
9 Jubilant, Haunting, Boozy, Soothsaying, Interactive, Teary-eyed World Cup Moments, 18 Jun 2014
What We Can Learn from Grantland’s Coverage of ‘Dr. V’, 29 Jan 2014
Two Not So Obvious Reasons Reporters Should Learn to Code, 20 Nov 2013
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