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SOCIAL MEDIA AND JOURNALISM

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First, the Internet changed journalism. Technology forced the media to reconsider how it shared news. Then, social media was born and it changed journalism — again. Editors and reporters faced a learning curve so they could work effectively to meet new demand.

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WHEN SPEED TRUMPS ACCURACY

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Google Trends reports “Paul George” was searched by more than two million people. His name is also among the Top 10 searches on Twitter.

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS BIGGER THAN SPORTS MEDIA

Ray Rice

Let’s bury the Stephen A. Smith debate — and while we’re at it, Michelle Beadle — because when you strip away the media credentials and the ESPN platform, really, they are just two people with an opinion.

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STORY TIME

Ken Burns

As a journalist one of my favorite subjects to discuss with colleagues are stories.

What makes a great story?

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AN ANGELL IN THE HALL

Roger Angell

Writing is hard, Roger Angell told NPR in 2011. The irony in that statement is, Angell makes it look easy.

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LEBRON IN PRINT

LeBron James

LeBron James decision to return to Cleveland stole the news headlines — literally. After Sports Illustrated broke the news, the rest of the media published their own perspectives.

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