An interesting post by Steve Yelvington, a journalist turned media strategist, who blogs about online journalism. He wonders why some of the creative new ways of information sharing online are not being developed by journalism students/faculty/schools. He asks whether they are all too focused on past practices rather than on invention and discovery. It’s good food for thought for anyone at j-school.
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