An essay in The Communication Review concludes that focusing on technology alone will not solve the industry’s problems.
Cole Rosengren was given an award in memory of the journalist Dennis Duggan while the NYCity News Service’s "Stop the Mold" project took home a top prize.
Some 120 students have enrolled in its core master’s in journalism degree program, 20% more than in any of class in its history. And, for the first time, more than half of the students (52%) are persons of color or from other underrepresented minority groups.
Plus, Michaela Ross, ’15, gets New York Financial Writers’ prize and Roxanne Scott, ’14, is chosen for women’s African reporting fellowship.
Journalists interested in attending a one-day seminar to strengthen their background knowledge of the island’s troubled economy must apply by May 20th.
Check out some of latest links – including Reed Dunlea’s Daily News video of arrests made during local protests stemming from the Freddie Gray case.
Entries from the AudioFiles podcast and the NYCity News Service are among the winners.
Andrade, ’08 and Orcutt, ’09 won for a Copenhagen travel video and for shining a spotlight on homeless young athletes.
DigitalJSchool provides free web-based courses representing a cross-section of our curriculum in reporting and writing, data, visual, and entrepreneurial journalism.
Check out some of our latest links – including Reem Nasr’s CNBC package on how to get around government bans of websites.
Journalists vying for a share of the $500,000 fund should pitch ground-breaking projects that could involve cutting-edge investigative techniques, inspired new reporting methods, or innovative technologies to present data.
Our news outlets took home a half-dozen top honors and seven finalist certificates in the Mark of Excellence Awards for Region 1, which honor the best in student journalism in the Northeast.
Among the media outlets that will be hosting our students are the AP in Tokyo, The Marshall Project, MSNBC, Spanish-language El Diario, VICE Sports, Thomson Reuters, and Storyhunter.
A series produced by the CUNY J-School’s NYCity News Service and the News detailing the scourge of mold in public housing is a finalist for Deadline Club Awards honors.
The McGraw Fellowships enable accomplished journalists to do the deep reporting needed to produce a distinguished investigative or enterprise business story. The deadline is May 15.
Check out some our latest links – including a package on soccer in New York that Luis Miguel Echegaray produced for Newsweek.
Toral, who taught web video at the CUNY J-School, is one of 25 selected for the ONA-Poynter seminar aimed at training women to be leaders in media.
Check out some of the latest stories from our reporters – including a series for City Limits exposing how criminal record mistakes haunt millions.
Winners include 219 West TV news magazine, the AudioFiles podcast, 219 Magazine and the NYCity News Service.
The City University of New York’s CUNY Graduate School of Journalism is seeking to fill a full-time, non-tenure track position for a distinguished lecturer in…