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Tagged with “reporting” (2)

  1. Rebooting the News - Rosen: Deep reporting creates hunger for updates

    On this week’s edition of Rebooting The News, NYU Journalism Professor Jay Rosen riffs on the seminal NPR/This American Life co-production from last year, Giant Pool of Money, and finds in it the germ of a compelling argument: Deep reporting is not only good journalism, it may actually be the thing that creates a desire for more news, building new consumers of news where there were none before. From http://www.niemanlab.org/2009/05/rosen-deep-reporting-creates-hunger-for-updates/

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  2. What has Steve Jobs left behind? | Marketplace From American Public Media

    Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of Apple Computer, has died at age 56. In talking about Jobs, there’s a tendency people have to talk about their own lives through the technologies that Jobs developed. That’s what we’ll explore today.

    http://marketplace.publicradio.org/display/web/2011/10/06/tech-report-what-has-steve-jobs/

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