The word journalism is a noun. Journalism means (1) the profession of reporting or photographing or editing news stories for one of the media, (2) newspapers and magazines collectively.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word journalism.
Journalism is the profession of writing for newspapers and magazines, or broadcasting news on radio or television. Learn more with this guide to journalism and journalistic principles.
With the advent of the Internet and social media, the character of local journalism is changing. This web page discusses the changing nature of local journalism and local news distribution.
AlterNet, founded in 1998 by IMI (the International Media Institute), is a news magazine and online community that provides a voice for a liberal political viewpoint. It strives to strengthen and support independent journalism. AlterNet strives to challenge the mainstream media and its influence. There are articles, blogs, videos, discussions, and more.
The University of Montana, founded in 1893, is located in Missoula. It is part of the Montana University system. The total enrollment is about 14,000, and there are almost 1000 faculty members. Besides the College of Arts and Sciences, UM offers graduate programs in journalism, law, pharmacy, physical therapy, social work and more. Users can find out about visiting and applying on the website.
The University of North Carolina located in Chapel Hill, has almost 17,000 undergraduates and 11,000 graduate students with 1,382 faculty members. UNC opened in 1789. With its large number of graduate students, UNC is noted for many research programs. There are graduate programs in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, dentistry, social work, library science, law, journalism, and more.
WVU is a public, land-grant institution established in 1867, and located in Morgantown. There are over 27,000 students and 1870 faculty members. 35% of the degrees awarded are graduate or professional degrees. The WVU School of Pharmacy is considered one of the top 10 in the country; there are also schools of law, medicine, nursing, dentistry, & journalism. Application information on the website.
The following articles provide recent journalism-related news.
A handy new term has just emerged in the journalism world, courtesy of Rich Noyes, research director for the Media Research Center. That would be "media chaperone." Mr. ...
Jennifer Harper. Washington Times. Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 21:51:06 -0400.
CNN has long been known worldwide for its expansive journalism and news first approach to television and print journalism, but starting this year, CNN Audio launched and is quickly becoming a destination for podcast journalism as well.
By Joshua Dudley, Contributor. Forbes. Monday, 31 Aug 2020 23:58:24 -0400.