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How Social Media Has Reshaped the Way Newsrooms Share Information

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Intellectual Property

The Remix Manifesto documentary was eye-opening to someone like myself who is not well-versed in the intellectual property laws. The Girl-Talk debate is interesting because it is based on what the law considers "creativity" and  "art" to be. In the video, Greg Gillis justifies his side of the argument by explains that by putting two completely … Continue reading Intellectual Property

Creativity…the new frontier!

"If the 20th- century entertainment industry was about hits, the 21st will be equally about misses." The two concepts, Long Tail and Free, are changing the way companies think of traditional revenue streams and ways to market their product. The Long-tail concept is the idea that if you were to add up all the "non-hits" or … Continue reading Creativity…the new frontier!

Goodbye print design…hello online media design!

Out with the old and in with the new! The traditional ways that mass communication have been taught in higher education may not be a viable way of teaching anymore. The need for new positions such as product management will only become more important over the next few years. As the realm of journalism expands … Continue reading Goodbye print design…hello online media design!

Fake News

If I didn't think coding and learning technical skills was important before reading these articles, I certainly do now. A common theme throughout all of the articles this week was the need for individuals who possess both technical and foundational skills within the journalism field.  In Superpowers: The Digital Skills Media Leaders Say Newsrooms Need … Continue reading Fake News