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Aspiring to be a little more like Donna Ladd

While listening to Donna Ladd, editor of the Jackson Free Press, speak in our class last week, I was truly inspired by her genuine passion for journalism. Several times throughout her discussion, she mentioned her journal as a young girl and all of the experiences that she believes led her to this point in her career.… Continue reading Aspiring to be a little more like Donna Ladd

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Accountability and fairness are essential to restoring trust in the media

By Brittanie Chludzinski “Fake news” and “alternative facts” are two phrases that we know all too well. Not only do these false realities pose a challenge to readers who are bombarded with various viewpoints and publications on social media, but it also creates an interesting challenge for today’s reporters. In the midst of new skepticism, how… Continue reading Accountability and fairness are essential to restoring trust in the media

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Tales of a Startup: Risk, Persistence and Market Fit

According to this week’s readings, “The PMARCA Guide to Startups,” taking risks and expecting the unexpected are two of the biggest challenges that come along with being a media entrepreneur today. The article outlines the three main categories in which most of these uncertainties exist: The caliber of your team, the quality of your product and… Continue reading Tales of a Startup: Risk, Persistence and Market Fit

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Disrupting media: The next great innovation starts with a job to be done

By Brittanie Chludzinski “Your story needs to be interesting, relevant and useful to the audience.” I first heard this simple, yet helpful reminder from my professor, Omar Sofradzija, during my freshman year at MSU. To this day, his words still guide my writing decisions and keep my work in check — Am I actually answering… Continue reading Disrupting media: The next great innovation starts with a job to be done

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Print journalism is shrinking as digital gains strength

By Brittanie Chludzinski  I’m sure any journalism student can relate when I say this: I’ve heard my fair share of negative outlooks on the industry from friends, family and even professors throughout the last four years. “Journalism is a shrinking industry.” “Are you sure you want to take that route? It might be difficult to… Continue reading Print journalism is shrinking as digital gains strength