Journalism professors who insist on teaching traditional journalism practices and fail to teach about the changing new media practices in today’s newsrooms, took some heavy criticism at a recent conference. A convention of college media advisers in the U.S. heard a long list of complaints from students about very dated advice they had received from their j-profs. Paul Conley, a journalist and blogger provides details in his blog posting at the link below. More comments and reaction can be found at the Innovation in College Media blog.
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