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Articles by Bill Grueskin

Bill Grueskin is dean of academic affairs at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
“If we automate some commodity news, we can provide a lot more information to people who need it.”
“How candid should journalists be with the people we quote, photograph, and record, knowing that a single picture or paraphrase can, thanks to Google, irrevocably change their lives?”
“You can see the glimmers of a sustainable model for nonprofit local news — a combination of ongoing revenue (ads and circulation, along with events or membership fees), combined with ongoing philanthropic support and, over time, an endowment to fill in the gaps.”
In the rush to build up training for digital skills, some journalism schools have asked students to go wide instead of deep, argues the dean of academic affairs of Columbia’s j-school.