Since the invention of the Internet, the rate at which the media churns out news has been increasing at an extremely rapid pace. In the early years people could get news briefs on their home page when they logged into their AOL or Yahoo! account.
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I obviously have chosen to attend the University of La Verne to receive a degree in journalism. I went into this knowing the industry is known to be dying.
People tell me all the time that journalism is dead. That there is no possible way to make it in a digital world with a print background. And you know what I have to say to that? Well, most of the time it involves a lot of yelling, perhaps some crying and a few curse […]
The future of print journalism looks a little less promising everyday as readership declines and more people turn to the Web for news and information. Once-credible magazines and newspapers are now seeing large layoffs, decreases in advertising and circulation revenue.
Yet again, I was given an eye-opening assignment for my advanced news reporting class. This time though it rattled my nerves a bit.
The Web site minonline.com, a marketing publication that rates successes and failures throughout the media, released their results on which magazine covers were the best and worst sellers in 2009. A year that saw continuing economic disaster, the ongoing battle of fighting two wars and relentless debate on trying to reform a major sector of […]
Elizabeth Zwerling, associate professor of journalism and faculty adviser of the Campus Times, presented her research titled “Rural News Network” Monday as part of the faculty lecture series.
With all the controversy surrounding the Tiger Woods case, we are in a sense left to rely on one source: TMZ.
Many people ask me why I choose to be in journalism when newspapers are dying and people are not interested in reading the news anymore.
The future of media outlets and their advancing electronic roles took center stage with University of La Verne’s Don Pollock’s lecture, “Media Convergence: The Future of How We (Will) Get Our News and Information.”