Changing journalism in the digital age

Share via Email The University of Edinburgh's Informatics Forum was the venue for a debate about 'Journalism in the digital age', held as part of the city's International Science Festival. It used to be incredibly expensive to publish a story and make it available to a mass audience.

Changing journalism in the digital age

Changing journalism in the digital age

The Journalism in the Digital Age Workshop is a week-long camp led by NKU journalism professor Michele Day, which gives high school students the unique opportunity to learn about the world of journalism and experience their first newsroom-like environment.

This is the sixth year for the camp, which began in Day was more than happy to run the camp when the idea was posed to her because a workshop camp at Western Kentucky University is exactly what got her into journalism when she was younger.

Student mentors, all current NKU students, will work with groups of high school students to teach them different aspects of journalism. Junior journalism major and workshop student mentor, Kerry Skiff, is excited to begin the workshop.

The digital age is the big focus and students will be taught to build a story with multiple multimedia components, combining video and photos into their stories. She has learned skills relating to photo, video and social media from fellow faculty and staff members as well as students.

Journalism in the Digital Age

She also sees that the college student mentors learn a lot about leadership as well. While the college students develop leadership skills and new confidence, the high school students might just develop a love of journalism.

Students read a sample story given to them by Dean Hume during the Journalism in the Digital Age workshop. Students participated in a discussion about effective journalism during the Journalism in the Digital Age workshop.Journalism in a Digital Age Use the documentary film Reporter to explore the changing landscape of journalism and challenge students to consider their roles as creators and consumers of news.

Changing Journalism in the Digital Age Media convergence plays a vital role in the evolution of mass communication and occurs when established technology merge to create new technologies that offer new methods of communication. The Journalism in the Digital Age Workshop is a week-long camp led by NKU journalism professor Michele Day, which gives high school students the unique opportunity to learn about the world of journalism and experience their first newsroom-like environment.

CHANGING JOURNALISM IN THE DIGITAL AGE 2 Changing Journalism in the Digital Age Newspapers were the first source of news media that was created back in September , by Benjamin Harris.

He was almost arrested for published without authority. The first newspaper reporter was not hired until the s (Sullivan, ). The Journalism in the Digital Age Workshop is a week-long camp led by NKU journalism professor Michele Day, which gives high school students the unique opportunity to learn about the world of journalism and experience their first newsroom-like environment.

How Has Journalism Changed? Like the printing press, the telegraph, television and all other forms of media that came before it, the internet has not only changed the methods and purpose of journalism, but also people’s perceptions of news media.

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