Are J-schools bad for the news business? A visiting professor at Ryerson University, Jeffrey Dvorkin asks the question this week on his blog. Dvorkin, a former chief journalist at CBC Radio, quotes a Facebook post which accuses j-school faculty of being out of date and guilty of teaching obsolete skills and ultimately contributing to the collapse of the news business.
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