Monthly Archives: September 2011

Journalism doesn’t need a eulogy

By Andrew Gibson I’ve heard the question too many times: “Why are you going into journalism?” It usually comes from people not in the profession who hear about the decline of print newspapers or conclude that online news is an … Continue reading

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Center for Sustainable Journalism publishes list of potential newsroom positions for the digital age

By Melanie Gibson As I begin my senior year of college, I’ve been thinking about the job hunt a lot lately. But honestly, I’ve been thinking about entering the world of the working journalists since I started college in fall 2008. … Continue reading

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The Worldwide Leader Makes a Huge Mistake

By Addison Walton Social media and ESPN have had a very testy relationship during Twitter’s ascension as a convenient source of information and verifiable journalism. Over the past two to three years, ESPN has had its share of problems related … Continue reading

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