Tag Archives: journalism schools

Journalism’s Top Problems

Journalism’s top problems: Jay Rosen lists challenges that torment journalists, including a right-wing populist wave across the U.S. and Europe that views the mainstream press as corrupt and elitist.

“In the United States the president is leading a hate movement against journalism,” Rosen writes. He also finds that discovering a business model that can sustain a quality newsroom is the industry’s biggest problem, but journalism schools are not designed for that.

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Do We Need J-Schools?

Do we need journalism schools?

Bill Grueskin says yes, Felix Salmon says no and Alexandria Neason says maybe, depending on cost.

The Columbia Journalism Review presents a debate on the sifting role of reporters and the cost of journalism education.

Cybersecurity Training For Journalists

Basic digital security competence is now essential for all journalists, writes Joshua Oliver.

“These days, bad security habits could betray your sources, or the sources of the reporter sitting next to you,” by clicking the wrong link.

Journalism schools surveyed devote less than two hours to digital security training, writes Oliver. Security should become a habit.