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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Wu Nan, a Chinese journalist who’s spending the academic year as a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, compares investigative reporting in China to “playing a video game” — negotiating the system is like finding your way through a maze, and … Continue reading
A reminder that our class today will consist of attending a talk by Wu Nan, a Chinese journalist and Nieman Fellow, in 305 Shillman. The subject of her lecture will be “Will One Thousand Bytes Bloom?” The event will be … Continue reading
On the syllabus you will see this: “You must write a blog post outlining what your final project will be by Tuesday, March 20.” Unfortunately, when I started looking for those posts this morning, I didn’t find any. I think … Continue reading
For our Google Maps project this semester, we chose to visit our favorite historic sites in Boston. Please have a look at our students’ stories and photos by clicking on the various points on the map.
Each of you will write a 250- to 350-word blog post, with a few photos, about a historical attraction in Boston. You all have an assigned attraction at this point. Your post should function partly as a feature story, partly … Continue reading
The Encyclopedia Britannica will not be publishing any more print editions, in part because Wikipedia has taken away so much of its readership. This isn’t a story about journalism per se, but it is a story about the media, as … Continue reading