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Great Reporting Fellowship in Minnesota; Start Now

Tuesday, March 25th, 2008

Want the freedom to do high quality, ethically sound journalism in an inviting  atmosphere;  then this one-year fellowship might be perfect for you. Please spread the word, this will be a dream assignment for the right person.
 Help chart the future of local news and community. Apply for a Representative Journalism Fellowship. Leonard Witt, holder of the Robert [...]

Are Great Feature Writing Specialists in Danger?

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007

I hope you have been among the 1,600 people who have been watching the discussion that has grown around my post: Journalism Wants Pitcher to Be the Catcher Too. Here’s a key question: Can you be a great reporter/writer with no interest in multi-media skills and still get a newsroom job?
Here is one opinion from  Prescott Shibles:
I would even venture to [...]

Rob Curley Replies to PJNet Pitcher as Catcher Post

Sunday, November 4th, 2007

Yesterday I wrote a post about recent college graduates who only want to be print writers. My post, Journalism Wants Pitcher to Be the Catcher Too, referenced Rob Curley,  who is one of the true gurus of the relationship of digital media and news and also the vice president of product development at Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive. He has a [...]