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Tony Rogers

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Newspapers Are Still the Best Places to Find Journalism Jobs

Wednesday May 28, 2014

Ignore all the talk about newspapers being dead or dying. They still employ more journalists than any other form of news media, which means they should be an important part of your job search.

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Where Are All the Jobs in Journalism? Newspapers.

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Are Newspapers too Slow to Adapt to Digital Journalism?

Tuesday May 20, 2014

Two recent reports says news outlets are too slow to adapt to the age of digital journalism. But are there good reasons for this?

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Reports Bash New York Times, Other News Outlets for Being Slow to Go Digital

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Journalism Professor Challenges Conventional Wisdom About the Future of Newspapers

Monday May 19, 2014

All too often, people who think and write about the future of journalism assume that newspapers won't be a part of that future.

Dr. Iris Chyi, however, is different. She challenges the idea that print journalism is doomed. Indeed, she believes print can continue for many years to come.

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Journalism Professor Says it's Wrong to Assume That Newspapers Must Die

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Newspapers May Not be Cool, But They Still Make Money

Friday May 16, 2014

Which kind of news media makes more money than any other? TV? Online?

Nope. Believe it or not, the answer is newspapers.

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Print Still Generates More Revenue Than Other Kinds of News, Study Says

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Why Was New York Times Editor Jill Abramson Fired?

Thursday May 15, 2014

Was New York Times Editor Jill Abramson sacked for being too tough on her subordinates at the nation's flagship newspaper?

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NY Times Editor Jill Abramson Reportedly Fired for Being too Abrasive

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How to Write Tight Wire Service Copy

Wednesday May 14, 2014

Want to get hired by The Associated Press or Reuters, two of the world's largest news organizations? Learn how to write the kind of tight news copy that they're looking for.

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Four Tips for Writing the Kind of Tight Stories That AP and Reuters Want

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How Much Money do Newspapers Make?

Tuesday May 13, 2014

What form of news media makes the most money? If you guessed TV or online, you're wrong.

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Print Still Generates More Revenue Than Other Kinds of News, Study Says

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Is Citizen Journalism Thriving or Dying?

Wednesday May 7, 2014

These are some of my thoughts, the result of an interview with a Dutch journalism student, about the state of citizen journalism.

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Eight Questions (and Answers) About the State of Citizen Journalism

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Can Newspapers Generate More Digital Ad Revenue?

Wednesday April 30, 2014

Digital ad revenue is growing, but for newspapers hoping for a slice of that pie there's a problem: Most of the money is going to big tech firms.

So how can news outlets generate more revenue in the digital age?

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Newspapers Face Fight With Tech Firms in Reaping Digital Ad Revenue

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Group Tracks Killings of Journalists That Go Unpunished

Monday April 28, 2014

Every year, dozens of journalists are killed around the world simply for doing their jobs. Too often, these slayings go unpunished. The Committee to Protect Journalists is tracking such slayings with what it calls the "Global Impunity Index."

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Syria Joins List of Countries Where Journalists are Killed With Impunity

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