Journalism School of the Future: Where You Start On the Job and Never Graduate

In a great #wjchat hosted by Jay Rosen Wednesday night on “radicalism in the newsroom,” this question was posed: “Are J-schools today part of the problem or solution? How should they change? Should something replace them?” I’ve gotten a lot of questions about my answer, envisioning journalism schools that are “integrated into newsrooms, creating (a)Continue reading “Journalism School of the Future: Where You Start On the Job and Never Graduate”

Washington Post shows it values accuracy, audience engagement in step away from ‘fortress journalism’

The Washington Post made a huge statement yesterday about the accuracy of its reporting, engaging with its audience and building a stronger relationship of trust with its readers. A link to this page – asking readers and sources to bring errors to editors’ attention – now appears on every online story the paper publishes. WeContinue reading “Washington Post shows it values accuracy, audience engagement in step away from ‘fortress journalism’”