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Deadlines and disruption : my turbulent path from print to digital

Author: Stephen B Shepard
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Shepard recounts his five decades in journalism: a time of radical transformations in the way news is developed, delivered, and consumed. In the digital age, anyone can be a journalist. Opinion pieces are replacing original reporting as the coin of the realm. And an entire generation is relying on Facebook friends and Twitter feeds to tell them what to read. Is this the beginning of an irreversible slide into  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Stephen B Shepard
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen B Shepard
ISBN: 9780071802642 0071802649 9780071802659 0071802657
OCLC Number: 793223218
Description: xi, 338 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foundation. Journalism and me ; City upon a hill ; A near-death experience ; The Big Leagues ; Swinging London ; The environmental awakening ; Columbia : Mr. Pulitzer's vision ; Newsweek : the turning point ; Saturday Review : the dying animal --
The BusinessWeek years. Back to the future ; Reinventing a magazine ; "Decade of greed" ; Adventures in investigative reporting ; The Bankers Trust tapes ; "One of the great journalistic failings in modern times: ; Going global ; The dawning of the digital age ; The Internet boom and the new economy ; End game --
CUNY : a new journalism school for a new era. Lee Bollinger;s task force ; "I don't want just another journalism school" ; Clash of civilizations ; Jeff@BuzzMachine ; Countdown to opening day ; The changing role of journalism schools ; Entrepreneurial journalism : a tale of two gentlemen --
The quest for new business models. A thousand flowers ; Digital dimes : will advertising support journalism? ; Getting users to pay their way ; Game changers : iPads, Kindles, and Nooks ; The dream of hyperlocal journalism ; Social media : "If the news is important, it will find me" ; Will the Daily Bugle survive?
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