Tag Archives: print journalism

Job Shadow with Tony Lonetree

Years ago at the University of Minnesota, a young student knew he wanted to be a journalist. Tony had already been a writer for a long time. “Once I saw that I was being published it was kind of exciting … Continue reading

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Social media changing journalism

The explosion of social media usage has changed the face of journalism, but for the better or the worse? According to Gabrielle Levy in a study for Tufts University, social media has played an extensive role in reshaping the typical … Continue reading

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Social media redefines sports journalism

The growth of social media has begun to redefine the way sports journalism is viewed in America. Sports stories are now told in 140 characters or less, through social media sites such as Twitter. Behind us are the times that … Continue reading

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Teens prefer online news over print

In a 2008 survey of 15-29 year olds, the Newspaper Association of America found that between both paid newspapers and free newspapers, only 31 percent of young people get their news and information through print media. So, the question is: … Continue reading

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