CUNY's Entrepreneurial Journalism: Partially Old Wine in a New Bottle, and Not Quite Thirst-Quenching, but Still a Good Drink
Claussen, Dane S., Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
In this issue, two British scholars present a study, part of which is about how and whether U.K. journalism students associate journalistic work with entrepreneurship. They, and others in the United Kingdom, have been thinking, and acting, for several years on the notion that journalism careers going forward will consist of regularly, frequently, or always working on a temporary and/or part-time basis - what we used to call freelancing, but what is now increasingly referred to as entrepreneurial journalism. (Those interested in relevant, previously published research might want to consult Astrid Gynnild's May 2005 article in NORDICOM Review, titled, "Winner Takes It All: Freelance …
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Publication information: Article title: CUNY's Entrepreneurial Journalism: Partially Old Wine in a New Bottle, and Not Quite Thirst-Quenching, but Still a Good Drink. Contributors: Claussen, Dane S. - Author. Journal title: Journalism & Mass Communication Educator. Volume: 66. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2011. Page number: 3+. © Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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