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While investigative reporting is some of the most critical work journalists do, few of the people doing it are non-white.
More than 450 reporters from 250 outlets across the country have published over 300 stories as part of the Electionland project.
Through the collaborative reporting project Electionland, outlets from across the country are coming together to report on issues like voter ID laws and long wait times.
Spanish-language journalism programs are few and far between in the U.S., but CUNY’s is well-positioned right out of the gate. One upcoming challenge: fundraising.
The head of the Urban Reporting Program at CUNY says that to ignore ethnic newspapers is to ignore a set of viable models that could inform the rest of the media business.
Man reading a newspaper next to man reading news on a Kindle
Nick Diakopolous, in a new report from CUNY, argues that journalism is a lot like computer science, since both are fundamentally concerned with information.
September 24, 2010
March 1, 2010