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Digital journalism, also known as online journalism, is a contemporary form of journalism where ... Computer Gaming World in September 1992 broke the news of Electronic Arts' acquisition of Origin Systems on Prodigy, before its next issue ...

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A journalist is a person who collects, writes, or distributes news or other current information to .... 24-hour news cycle · Broadcast journalism · Electronic field production (EFP); Electronic news-gathering (ENG); List of ITV journalists and ...

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Electronic journalism - also known as e-journalism or multi-platform journalism - refers to new practices in TV, print, radio, and online news that...

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How to stay safe online anywhere without sacrificing access to information. Journalists are used to working in dangerous situations, but there's no need to take ...

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Defining a journalist and journalism is both elusive and problematic. As journalism undergoes a profound shift toward the electronic, it is difficult to figure out who ...

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Jul 1, 2018 ... Explore how citizen journalism has changed the meaning of joiurnalism. ... periodical publication, a news broadcast, or for some electronic form ...

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Jun 29, 2018 ... A broad liberal arts background is required for a journalism degree, and many journalism programs require a concentration, such as electronic ...

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This free site from the Society of Professional Journalists contains thousands of links helpful for reporters, editors, educators or anyone else doing research.

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Newspaper publishers such as Joseph Medill of the Chicago Tribune, Wilbur F. Storey of the Times, and Melville E. Stone of the Daily News developed distinct ...