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Print Advertising in Magazines and Newspapers

By Zachary Drexler             Although we live in an electronic age, advertising in print media is by no means obsolete. Magazines and newspapers are extremely useful vehicles for advertising.             Magazines cater to narrow audiences. Chefs read magazines for chefs, … Continue reading

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The Daily Titan: First step toward dream job

By Kacie Yoshida In the future, advertisements might sweep the cover story to the 2nd page, while spilled coffee might turn the Los Angeles Times into paper mache. Dwindling to the bare minimum, pages of newspapers are becoming thinner—and so … Continue reading

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‘Citizen Journalists’ Reap the Benefits as Journalists Ache

It seems that anyone nowadays can be his or her own journalist.  What with modern technology and everyone seemingly wanting their five minutes of fame.  Video and camera phones, blogs and reality shows that seem to dictate what the current … Continue reading

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Tradition vs Technology: The Fall of Newspapers

Remember when the newspaper boy came on his bicycle every morning to deliver the paper?…neither do I! This is a time that has become very distant in our memories. With the steady growth in technology, many local and national newspapers … Continue reading

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Delivery Doesn’t Matter If We’re Still Not Reading

By: Mitch Allen I think everyone can agree that our world as a whole is in the digital age, there is no doubting that one bit. We no longer turn to physical properties to receive our daily source of news. … Continue reading

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You Want to Watch Me More, Hear Me More, and Take Me Where You Go, what Am I? Media!

By Marisa A. Gutierrez According to Beth Bulik’s article Advertising Age’s website, or otherwise known as adage.com, Bulik points out all of the media outlets we digital natives have at our fingertips now when it comes to media and that it … Continue reading

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Magazines: where have they gone?

Photo above: YM Magazine, and American teen magazine, folded in 2004 after being on newsstands for 72 years. The above issue is dated February 2001. Going through an old box of books, I found a stack of magazines from my childhood. Of … Continue reading

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