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“We don’t come in when there’s something crazy happening and then leave when it’s over. This is just what we do all the time. And I really hope that makes people trust us more as a newspaper.”
Sure, your average college freshman isn’t ready for Page 1. But having them work together through collective reporting can make it easier to get good work in front of a real audience, this journalism professor argues.
Plus: Ideas for innovation in student journalism, Vox Media starts to scale up, and the rest of the week’s media news.
“The choice for student media is simple: Slide into irrelevancy even faster than professional media that fail to adapt, or race into the digital future and help show them the way.”
The Knight Foundation’s Newton says “universities must be willing to destroy and recreate themselves to be part of the future of news.”
October 28, 2009