Which future for the Journalism?
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Which future for the Journalism?
As the industry of multimedia is increasing massively, the profession of journalism is in danger. Indeed, anyone can now be a journalist thank to the social networks and the Internet in general. So what will happen for those people who are considered as real journalists?
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Multimedia Journalism: The Age of New Technology and New Opportunities

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"Journalism in the digital age: trends, tools and technologies"

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The Guardian recently hosted a panel event at the Edinburgh International Science Festival.
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Citizen Journalism: Social Media’s Effect on How News is Reported and Consumed – Communications

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The dangers of citizen journalism exposed – Simply Zesty - Simply Zesty

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What happens when journalism is everywhere?

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