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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 Five Hardest Things About Journalism: No. 1

By Andrew Gibson This is the fifth post in a series about what I think are the five most difficult parts of journalism. My opinions are based on one year at Mizzou in Columbia, Mo., and a summer internship at KCNC-TV in Denver. Journalism … Continue reading

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The Five Hardest Things About Journalism: No. 2

By Andrew Gibson This is the fourth post in a series about what I think are the five most difficult parts of journalism. My opinions are based on one year at Mizzou in Columbia, Mo., and a summer internship at KCNC-TV in Denver. People … Continue reading

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The Five Hardest Things About Journalism: No. 3

By Andrew Gibson This is the third post in a series about what I think are the five most difficult parts of journalism. My opinions are based on one year at Mizzou in Columbia, Mo., and an internship this summer at KCNC-TV … Continue reading

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Interactive Narratives – the online documentary

By Melanie Gibson Being a convergence journalism major at Mizzou, I’ve learned a fair amount about the importance of multimedia storytelling. To be honest, it’s gotten to the point that I can’t think that a story is complete with out … Continue reading

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Twisting in the Flashbulb

By Addison Walton “Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes” sang David Bowie on his famous 1972 song. In Bowie’s context, he uses the song to refer to the reinvention of his artistic self. Yet, this changing of medium is currently happening in the journalism community. … Continue reading

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Joplin Reporting, 140 Characters at a Time

By Andrew Gibson Journalism isn’t dying. It’s just changing. Take the Joplin tornado. Brian Stelter, a media reporter for The New York Times, says some of his “best reporting was on Twitter.”  If you read the archive of his firsthand tweets about … Continue reading

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