Monthly Archives: April 2011

The future of journalism (block that myth)

This week in class during grad student presentations, a bulleted sentence popped up on a slide. It said something about the future of journalism being uncertain. And I thought, well, not really. I don’t doubt that journalism will endure. Delivery … Continue reading

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Investigative reporting, demystified

Tuesday, Mark Horvit, executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), will come to class and talk about what we mean when we use the words “investigative reporting” and how ordinary journalists can use pretty basic reporting skills to do … Continue reading

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