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Professor Bernardo Diaz Nosty's book highlights the importance of ethics to the future of journalism.
Local newspapers are using the Impreshin platform to manage content and advertising without investing in expensive information systems.
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Now that more people consume news media on more than one device each day, news organizations that want to remain relevant to their readers need to be on all platforms. How can they meet those demands?
Journalism grads should look beyond news organizations for jobs since their skills will be invaluable in almost any profession, says one educator.
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