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Journalism - A Guide to Resources: Journalism

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Journalism: Multidisciplinary Storytelling Across Platforms

I often say that journalism is a process, not a product. That process is to collect, filter, and distribute information. In a world where more information is produced in a day than anyone could consume in a lifetime, value has shifted from unearthing information to verifying, curating, contextualizing, interpreting, and manipulating it. - See more at: http://www.cjr.org/cover_story/who_what_when.php?page=2#sthash.sGHVDIly.dpuf
I often say that journalism is a process, not a product. That process is to collect, filter, and distribute information. In a world where more information is produced in a day than anyone could consume in a lifetime, value has shifted from unearthing information to verifying, curating, contextualizing, interpreting, and manipulating it. - See more at: http://www.cjr.org/cover_story/who_what_when.php?page=2#sthash.sGHVDIly.dpuf
Journalism is the process of collecting, verifying, curating, interpreting and presenting information about the world by ethical storytellers of the highest quality.  Since the world's stories are diverse, the resources needed to create them must cover a universe of subjects.  This guide offers assistance in finding several of them.
  • Tabs above will direct you to subject pages populated with valuable resources for writing and researching journalistic stories in specific disciplines.
  • Find appropriate research guides for journalism specialties below.

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