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News Wrap: Is ‘Reality’ the New Platform?...
All the news on the news you need to know: AJR editors share their favorite reads of the week.
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‘The Hill is Home’: It’s All in...
The Hill is Home is published out of love for the community of Capitol Hill.
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News Wrap: Turns Out Journalists Do Need...
American Journalism Review rounds up the top media news of the week, everything from tips for journalists on fashion...
AJR editors and contributors share digital media news this week that will make you smarter, better-looking and better paid. Or maybe just smarter.
AJR News Wrap: Tweetable Typos and Sad...
In the news this week: The hazards of spreading snark about someone else's typo and a better way to...
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TV Networks Command Double-Digit Web Traffic Growth...
Networks said they are breaking down the walls that once separated TV and digital to produce more compelling video...
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NYT Innovation Report: Deja Vu All Over...
The New York Times' innovation report shows that newspapers have made less progress in the digital news revolution than...
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Book Excerpt: Saving Community Journalism
Community newspapers can survive digital disruption if they shed legacy printing costs while quickly developing online communities and investing...
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How Reporter Salaries Compare with Other Jobs
In 2013, the average reporter salary was lower than the average for firefighters, police officers and teachers, but higher...
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Reporter Pay Falls Below U.S. Average Wage
The typical reporter earned more than the average U.S. wage 10 years ago, but that's no longer true.
Nicole Santoro, a junior at Columbia University and staff member of the  student-run Columbia Daily Spectator, looks at the online edition.
No More Daily Newspaper for Columbia; Staff...
The student run college newspaper at Columbia University will cease its daily edition in favor of a weekly this...
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AJR News Wrap: New Approaches for GIFs,...
In the news this week: Now, more sources than ever to find explanatory journalism and trending news --- and...
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Q & A With NABJ President: ‘Twice...
NABJ's Bob Butler: "We’re used to having to be twice as good to get half the opportunity and that...
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