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In recent years, journalism has been undergoing dramatic changes as it adapts to and takes advantage of digital technologies. New media developments are having a profound effect on all levels of the journalistic enterprise—from the way reporters gather information and present news stories to how news organizations structure themselves and do business. In this five-part e-seminar with discussion board, Professor John V. Pavlik, Executive Director of the Center for New Media at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, leads you through journalism's brave new world. He discusses technologies now in use and on the horizon, and provides an overview of the changes and challenges the digital age has brought to journalists everywhere.

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