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Will Automated Copy Editors Replace Human Ones?
Copy editors may face an existential crisis as newsrooms staffs shrink and automated editing programs like Grammarly step in...
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Tough Career Choice: Legacy Media or Startup
Working for legacy publications and startups have different pros and cons. Experts weigh in on both.
University of Maryland Senior Marissa Parra at the recent Journalism Interactive Conference.
How Tech-Savvy Journalists See the Future
They see Geotagging, Photosynth, Google Glass and a handful of other tools that will dramatically change how they do...
Amy Webb at Journalism Interactive 2014.
Webb: J-Schools Need to Make the ‘Degree...
Digital Media Strategist Amy Webb said journalism schools are at fault for not making the degree interesting and relevant...
Interactive/visual stories
23 Ideas That Could Change The Way...
'I choose to fight back. I choose to rise, not fall.' - Hernandez, on the future of journalism.
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AJR News Wrap: The End of ‘Derp’...
Everyone was talking about style guides this week, including Gawker, which has new rules on the usage of Internet...
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Q&A With Andrew Meyer, ‘Don’t Tase Me...
Andrew Meyer, who was arrested in 2007 for asking a question at a John Kerry forum, is writing about...
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The Pay-Per-Visit Debate: Is Chasing Traffic Hurting...
'There's only one way to find out.' -- Gawker Media Editorial Director Joel Johnson.
News Charts
Pew: Digital Ventures Bring Jobs and Money...
New digital news jobs and money bring hope to journalism, even as traditional news outlets downsize.
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No Analytics for You: News Sites Grapple...
Publications vary in how much information they share with reporters on how their stories perform on the web.
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Life After Patch: Former Editors Start Their...
They make their own rules now. Former Patch editors are now entrepreneurs. They've launched their own hyperlocal news websites...
AJR Photo Illustration by Sarah Siguenza
New Grads Enter Changing Journalism Landscape
Student journalists and their advisors around the country talk about looking for jobs following several rounds of layoffs in...
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