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GEN President: “Journalism Is Dying in Venezuela”

May 21, 2015


The President of the Global Editors Network, Ricardo Kirschbaum, has spoken out against the Venezuelan government for banning 22 media executives from leaving Venezuela. Ricardo Kirschbaum, General Editor of Clarín newspaper in Argentina, said that the decision “deepens and aggravates a silence policy imposed by the regime of Nicolas Maduro”, the President of Venezuela. “Journalism […]

Journalism Has Entered A Golden Age by HENRY BLODGET

August 14, 2013


CNN host Brian Stelter was kind enough to have me on his show, “Reliable Sources,” over the weekend. In response to one question, I said that journalism has entered a “golden age.”   Judging from the Twitter reaction, many of Brian’s viewers agreed. One viewer, however, a former print journalist, called this assertion “absurd.” It’s […]

Obama is wrong. Traditional journalism isn’t dead.By Danny Hayes

August 4, 2013


Poli-Sci Perspective is a weekly Wonkblog feature in which Georgetown University’sDan Hopkins and George Washington University’s Danny Hayes and John Sides offer an empirical perspective on the issues dominating Washington. In this edition, Hayes looks at President Obama’s assertion that traditional journalism is dead, and finds it wanting. For past posts in the series, head here. In an Amazon Kindle interview released Wednesday, […]

New Media Journalism Master’s Degree – Online Education

June 4, 2013


Become a new media expert in the world of journalism. Today’s reporters need the flexibility to tell their stories across multiple platforms, and the knowledge of media tools to maximize the impact of their work. Whether you’re an established journalist looking to update your skill set, or a born communicator ready to enter the industry, […]

Newsrooms as war rooms by Heidi Moore

December 21, 2012


Newsrooms have come a long way since the time they were just wooden desks with typewriters on top, booze in the drawers, and reporters and editors rushing around deciding what the populace should read. In 2013, it will be increasingly clear that the newsroom will not be a staging area for the day’s news, as […]

Claves del vídeo en los medios online

September 17, 2012


El vídeo es uno de los formatos que más está creciendo en Internet y, en algunos casos como el del diario mexicano Reporte Índigo, se está convierto en la clave para la integración total entre web y papel. Por ello, los editores debaten cada vez con más intensidad acerca de los requisitos que debe reunir […]

Digital news: Blogs vs PRO

August 30, 2012


by Jeff Sonderman PublishedAug. 29, 2012 11:15 am Reynolds Journalism Institute The public’s trust in the institution of the press may be fading, and digital platforms have opened the publishing world to anyone with a desire to speak, but it seems professional journalists themselves are not seen as obsolete. More than 60 percent of U.S. […]