Starting in 2011, Columbia University will be offering a new combined degree between the journalism school and engineering school, which will aim to blaze a trail in the future of online journalism and bridge the divide between computer techs and journalists—who increasingly work together in this digital media world, but don’t always speak the same language. CJR’s Alexandra...
When is red ink ever good ink? When you’re trying to succeed online, perhaps. At Cardiff University’s Future Of Journalism conference, Columbia’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism professor Emily Bell tried to argue against “the ide... Read Post
(Credit: Fortune) arol J. Loomis retired in July after 60 years at Fortune, where she became, indisputably, a giant of business journalism. Along the way, she blazed a trail for women journalists, felled CEOs, and became close frien... Read Post