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What does Rolling Stone’s “A Rape On Campus” Mean For Journalism?

On November 19 last year, Rolling Stone published an article titled A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for Justice at UVA. It’s an immediately eye-catching title, and one that wedges itself deeply in part of the zeitgeist of American, and in essence international, colleges and universities. 2,089 more words

Hilbert Introduces New Major for Internet Journalism & List Creation – 14 of the MOST important rules

April 1, 2015
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Hilbert College has announced it will begin offering a new major in Internet Journalism. Some of the core courses include: 251 more words

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News Outlets Are Using This New Site to Find Photos and Video on Social Media

For two and a half years, Jordan Osher has been building an online service he thinks will forever change the way news outlets get their photos and videos. 610 more words

Intentional Insanity: The Occupational Hazard of Writing Online for a Living

Every job carries occupational hazards. As Michael Lewis recently pointed out, the hazards of working on Wall Street are that you start to pretend you know more than you do, and you eventually find it astonishingly hard to care about anyone but yourself. 1,285 more words

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Intentional Insanity: The Occupational Hazard of Writing Online for a Living

Every job carries occupational hazards. As Michael Lewis recently pointed out, the hazards of working on Wall Street are that you start to pretend you know more than you do, and you eventually find it astonishingly hard to care about anyone but yourself. 1,285 more words

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Erin Biba has had enough with your Newfangled Media Algorithms

Erin Biba rips apart media algorithms in Medium:

I’m only getting paid two and a half cents per click on this story. That’s more than what 99.9% of contributors on Medium get paid.

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Jess Row's remarks on writing vs. capitalism

Following my post on Ursula K. Le Guin’s remarks about American literature vs. capitalism today, I thought I’d turn it into a series of sharp, insightful things people are saying these days about that struggle between professional writing and the 21st-century industries that sustain it. 763 more words

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