The Future of News

Student Perspectives on the State of Journalism

Links: The Future of News

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Examples of links students have identified (and tweeted) relating to the future of new:

Adam Eucker @AEucker: Social Media Rules for Journalists, Should the government bailout newspapers?, Is the American press on suicide watch?

Andrew Hart @pandrewh: Community newspapers surviving? , Advice for journalism graduates, Old media going social

Gwen Davis @gwenjenny: In California, even senators are thinking about the future of journalism?, Online Journalism will always carry opportunities for journalists. Even if print is meeting a demise, Journalism has no future? That sounds pretty morose

Jeff Lehman @jefflehman: RT another reason why Google is taking over news , RT could the law be on our side and save journalism?, The future of journalism is here.

Michelle Vu @michvu: Indiana University speaking on the future of journalism and the careers it offers, Senator Kerry speaking on the future of journalism, Fresh take on what is out there for the graduating COM Class.

Paul Britz @pcbritz: Community-funding as a new biz model for journalism? , How will narrative journalism survive the new business model on the Web? , Low Effort, Low Quality, Low Value? – Video Columns and the Future of News!

Reisha Abolofia @reishaabo: Newspapers have ‘essential strengths’, “Negotiating the storm in the newspaper industry” , Congress talks about the fate of newspapers…

Ryan Boulanger @ryanbou: Highly targeted advertising might help newspapers to increase revenue, News industry needs to be more innovative but lacks the resources. Northwestern University thinks they can help, Online, centralized community information hubs: the future for local news?

Sarah Wilhelm @SarahW_28 : Harvard’s Nieman Reports lists “ten ways to help make the transition to digital journalism” , “In Digital Age, Journalism Students Need Business, Entrep. Skills” , “As journalism remakes itself, students follow”

Scott Nordquist @snordq: Guardian explores Twitter as a journalism tool , UW’s Hanson Hosein featured guest in radio conversation on new media landscape , Survival of the fittest: future journos will need to adapt to survive


Written by michvu

June 9, 2009 at 6:13 pm

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