New media offer growing job prospects

Pavlik, John V.
June 1996
Nieman Reports;Summer96, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p26
Discusses the job prospects for journalists in electronic publishing. Features of job offers in electronic publishing; Development of new media products by several types of traditional news organizations; Implications of the joint ventures of some major communication industry players on new media; Employment statistics in electronic publishing.


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