A Blueprint for How to Make J-School Matter (Again)

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by: Amy Webb | Nieman Reports

In the fall of 2000, I sat in the large seminar room at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism listening to a lecture about whether journalists should be allowed to use digital cameras. It was meant to be a difficult, complicated discussion about ethics. The problem was, I’d just moved to New York City from Tokyo, and in my pocket was one of the first mass-market camera phones.

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