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Journalism still has a future despite its hiccups and challenges thanks to passionate young reporters. But Americans need to step up as well.
I’ve learned a few things, and developed stronger stances on several other things I thought I knew after discussing journalism with the 15 high school students attending our camp at Eastern Illinois University. 1. It’s tough to determine what to … Continue reading
Not so obvious to journalism students? To earn the best sports media jobs, one needs to work hard for a long time.
I think we all need to drop into Capt. Obvious mode from time to time – by stating ideas that are clearly self-evident … except to some of our students. Students do not often consider the toil required to get … Continue reading
Cliches still plague sports writing. I suspect that’s because younger sport writers, by and large, watch more sports than read about them, which is a shame because there are so many amazing sports books out there.