With newspaper circulation seeing a rapid decline becoming a journalist has been far from many young professional's goals. The Internet has brought a world of new media that the printed media was blind-sided by. So what does the future of new media hold for journalists? Gone are the days when we … [Read more...] about Becoming a Journalist in the age of New Media
Did you know that you can download the Las Vegas Review-Journal and read it on your Kindle? You can also download the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and just about every other major U.S. newspaper. Prices range from $5.99/month (San Francisco Chronicle) to $19.99/month (New York … [Read more...] about Should You Kindle Your Newspaper?
On Wednesday, I discussed the ways that journalists aren't going to be up to the task of living and working in the New Media, unless they specifically make themselves ready to be. But what makes working in new media so important? Let's take a look at some hard, cold facts: Some Hard Cold FACTS that … [Read more...] about Who’s Reading What in the World of New Media?
In my post last month titled, “Internet Writing, has it changed the Face of Journalism?”, we explored some of the major differences between cyber journalism, new media and old print media. And while it's true that there are still enough people to substantiate the need for printed newspapers and … [Read more...] about Cyber Journalism and the Future of New Media