During the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, reporters from Barcelona TV ran a four-day broadcast from the event using only mobile technology. Here's how they did it.
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Journalism professors from historically black colleges and universities or schools with large Latino student bodies can get first-hand exposure to technology in today's newsrooms. Apply by April 20.
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