Category Archives: newspapers

Fashion journalism demands passion

Fashion journalism is a broad term used to describe all areas of published fashion media. It includes fashion writers, fashion critics and fashion reporters. When working in fashion journalism you are responsible for following and reporting on the latest fashion … Continue reading

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Debate rages over online content fees

Whether or not newspapers should charge for online content is an ongoing and exceedingly heated debate. As more and more publications contemplate their own obituaries due to lack of revenue, charging for online content looks more and more promising according … Continue reading

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New York Times paywall produces mixed results

Faced with shrinking print readership and anemic advertising revenue, The New York Times Company in March of 2011 launched its second attempt at controversial digital subscriptions for its online content with mixed results, say industry experts. The Bad The Times’ … Continue reading

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The student newspaper is not yet dead

Student newspapers are still widely read, according to a report from Alloy Media + Marketing.  The firm issued a survey to 1,200 students from 550 universities across 50 states. Even though professional newspapers are struggling for subscriptions, college newspapers are … Continue reading

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Visuals are important in journalism

Nothing catches the attention of a reader like a visual does. Monica Moses, the Star Tribune’s deputy ME/Visuals and poynter.org faculty member, said that through research “we know that 90 percent of readers enter pages through large photos, artwork, or display type … Continue reading

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Recent decline in the newspaper industry

In recent years the newspaper industry has experienced decreases in both its print usage and revenue. Many Americans are consuming the news via the internet. The internet offers a free way for almost anyone to access and read the news. … Continue reading

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Print journalism’s memory recall is better than broadcast journalism

Print journalism might not last forever.  In fact, it may even disappear completely. With the invention of the Internet and broadcast news, readers have switched from newspapers to digital media, even tough it means not recalling all of the news. Photo … Continue reading

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