Journalism COMM 100-01
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Date Created: 09/24/15
Sep 24 Speaker Bro Williams BYU Idaho Blogs and journalism What do they do You Why Examples of modern journalism News information help form opinions make educated decisions entertain Vote intelligently obtain knowledge Companies desire the w of a journalist not just their stories Every story is important to someone religion politics movies sports fashion shing vacation etc People desire newsstories The journalism art is being perfected with technology Newspapersnews are a great investment choice Hans Rosling Youtube 200 countries 200 years 4 minuets The Daily Signal The Marshal Project How do you know a source it39s reliable Know where they come from Where their comes from How well known are they You can tell as you read Content Marketing Advice Where instead of straight advertisement companies involve themselves in causes and events and journalists will record the story thus marketing the company The newest thing in journalism Subscribe to the Wall St Journal Start a blog about something you love Even if it39s not good you ll be practicing and gaining experience If it is good you have something to show employers If you39re good enough you can get paid to allow advertisements to be displayed on your blog Wordpress is suggested to form your blog
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