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A drone flies through the 2014 Journalism Interactive Conference in College Park, Md.
Scared of Technology? Try This: ‘Pick One...
'Stop trying to figure it all out – it’s impossible, no one can do it.' - Matt Waite, the...
Ed Kelley, Ethics & Excellence in Journalism Foundation, presents awards.
ONA Announces 12 Winners of $35,000 Challenge...
Twelve universities won $35,000 grants Friday in the inaugural year of the $1 million Challenge Fund for Innovation in...
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...
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23 Ideas That Could Change The Way...
'I choose to fight back. I choose to rise, not fall.' - Hernandez, on the future of journalism.
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...
Adults helping students.
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‘Ramen: Learn How to Cook It’ And...
If you could give one piece of advice to your younger self, just about to embark on a journalism...
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Could Drones Help Journalists?
University of Nebraska professor Matt Waite runs a Drone Journalism Lab and he is studying how reporters could someday...
Adults helping students.
A Fruitful Search for Journalism Fellowships
Google drew 2,300 applications for its new Google Journalism Fellowship Program in 2013. Here's a look at those selected...
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Learning to Do It All
What makes a multiplatform journalist? In an age when newspapers are producing video and radio stations are hiring editors...
Former editor-in-chief Scott Girard and former managing editor Alex DiTullio look over the final pages of the Daily Cardinal, one of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's independent student newspapers.
College Newspapers Cut Print Editions, Embrace Digital
'You don't learn unless you're failing and failing hard.' - Sam Stites, editor-in-chief of the Emerald at the University...
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The Life and Times of AJR
The history of the American Journalism Review has been full of editorial triumphs and financial challenges.
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