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journalism as practiced in newspapers and magazines.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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The collapse of daily
will mean many things.
Unlike any single piece of
, its borders are extremely porous and its truth inherently transitory.
She also expressed pride for helping the paper navigate the transition from traditional
to the digital world.
We keep hearing that
is dying and that fewer and fewer people have use for newspapers made of actual paper.
Others become editors in
or program managers in broadcast journalism, supervising reporters.
Some firms seek college graduates who have worked in electronic or
Online journalism is only a hot topic because
is on the financial ropes.
She plans to return to
, or perhaps pursue something internationally.
Television broadcasts appeared to avoid some of the restrictions imposed on
The government controlled information even more tightly in the broadcast media than in
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