The digital journalist

Regan, Tom
March 1997
Nieman Reports;Spring97, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p80
Editorial. Focuses on a letter received by the author from a professor of journalism, asking him to outline the differences and similarities between reporting for conventional media and reporting for the Internet. Details on the author's views.


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