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Articles by Mark Coddington

Mark Coddington is an assistant professor of journalism and mass communication at Washington & Lee University. He previously studied journalism and the web as a graduate student at the University of Texas. He spent about four years in newspapers, most of that as a reporter for The Grand Island Independent in Nebraska. For several years, he wrote the This Week in Review column for Nieman Lab.
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