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Can a tablet,Ipad,or e-reader be a Journalist BFF??

Most of the time, we as Journalist are always on the go, trying to get as much information as possible in order to produce a great story. Now instead of carrying around a laptop, or waiting until you get home, … Continue reading

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Journalism Influences the Film Industry

When thinking of a degree in journalism, many people often assume it means a career as a journalist or reporter but few consider thinking beyond. When in fact, a degree in journalism could signify many opportunities in an abundance of … Continue reading

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Literacy: A Look at 2 Different Worlds

Imagine a world where no one reads or writes but where body language and vocalization of some sort are the only means of communication. An illiterate world like this existed in the past, a past where schools did not exist … Continue reading

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Defenses Against Libel

By Zachary Drexler On a daily basis, journalists face a barrage of challenges; the search for story ideas, a parade of deadlines, and the never-ending quest for interviews. Still, nothing is quite as stressful as a libel lawsuit. No matter … Continue reading

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Gates Foundation = Media Partnership with ABC News.

I don’t know about you, but I have always been told that a conflict of interest occurs when journalists pay for stories they cover. So, needless to say when I heard that ABC News was joining up with the Bill … Continue reading

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Blog 3: How design and content have changed front pages

Photograph taken by Alex Barth An issue of The Daily Titan about two weeks ago featured a full front page picture with no articles. The photo was a colorful depiction of a tattoo as well as the preface for the … Continue reading

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I’ve Got A Case of Beiber-Fever, Doc.

Lots of people feel special bonds with celebrities and are often inspired by their personal stories. But you would think it was strange if someone revealed that they were compelled to see a doctor about their mild depression after reading an … Continue reading

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Write and Wrong

By Tyler Austin As journalist we may be faced with the opportunity to dig deeper into an issue, by investigative reporting or going under cover. We need to be careful when we do, though, because we might end up digging … Continue reading

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Flashier Newscasts to Entertain Distracted Viewers

By: Melinda Balandra Talking heads are a thing of the past. Now, news networks fill their newscasts with high definition graphics, video, and music in order to keep viewers engaged. No longer do reporters deliver the news with the same straightforwardness and … Continue reading

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