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GENERAL NONFICTION: The New Front Page: 21st Century Journalism


Heat and light : advice for the next generation of journalists book Heat and light : advice for the next generation of journalists

Wallace, Mike, 1918-2012.
070.4 WALLACE

Guidance and advice for the next generation of journalists including discussion of the role of digital media and what it means. A great resource in particular for aspiring writers.



Losing the news : the future of the news that feeds democracy book Losing the news : the future of the news that feeds democracy

Jones, Alex S.
071.3 JONES

Explore epochal changes in the media eroding the core news as cutthroat competition and the drive to make profits are stacking up alongside the breathtaking capabilities of the web.



No time to think : the menace of media speed and the 24-hour news cycle book No time to think : the menace of media speed and the 24-hour news cycle

Rosenberg, Howard, 1938-
071.3 ROSENBE

Today's media blitz from cable news networks to blogs to print media affects our vision of the world. The 24 hour news cycle and contemporary issues and challenges will frame the future of journalism.



Page one : inside the New York Times and the future of journalism book Page one : inside the New York Times and the future of journalism


071.471 PAGE ON

Read the New York Times' inside story, balancing the immediacy of the web with prioritizing news stories, all the while remaining acccurate and analytical of news content. Also available as a DVD.



The death and life of American journalism : the media revolution that will begin the world again book The death and life of American journalism : the media revolution that will begin the world again

McChesney, Robert Waterman, 1952-
071.3 MCCHESN

Is journalism being hollowed out? The old system of news is dying. The authors study the challenge and offer important support for the democratizing power of journalism.



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