Feature • July 21st, 2014

What Happens When a J-School Takes Over a TV Station?

By Rachel Kaufman

The traditional student newspaper may soon be a dead media model. And instead of churning out graduates who only want to write, some journalism schools are adapting their structure to help students become more versatile reporters.

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Feature • July 18th, 2014

For Freelance Writers, Are Some Cities Better to Live In Than Others?

By Kylie Jane Wakefield

If you work in finance, you should live in New York. If you want to be an actress, you pack up your car and drive to Los Angeles. But if you’re a freelancer, does location really factor into success?

Feature • July 17th, 2014

How Casting Great Sources Can Bring Your Story to Life

By Joe Lazauskas

In an age where writers are often rewarded for the speed, not the depth, of their reporting, great sourcing is quickly becoming a lost art.

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