Salon.com offers some advice to journalism professors who may be feeling guilty about teaching students skills to work in a dying industry. The advice from Cary Tennis: “I do not think it is such a terrible thing that your journalism students are entering an uncertain world. It’s the kind of world that is ripe for enterprising journalists. It is the kind of world that needs to be reported on and explained.”
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