Start Earlier. Expand the Mission. Integrate Technology

Pearson, Kim
September 2007
Nieman Reports;Fall2007, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p68
The article offers an approach to training journalists. According to the author, most journalism majors do not become journalists, but most journalists are graduates of journalism programs. The journalism's future is formed through educators approach in the preparation of students in this digital age. Blue-ribbon conferences and demonstration projects aimed at reshaping undergraduate and graduate-level journalism programs have been sponsored by the Knight Foundation and Carnegie Corporation of New York.


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