Sunday, October 25, 2009

Why are j-schools still enrolling students?

Attorney and journalist Peter Scheer (right), executive director of the California First Amendment Coalition, writes:
    As I read about the latest contractions in the newsroom of the New York Times (100 reporters and editors) and the San Francisco Chronicle (investigative reporting staff – gone), the question occurs: Why are universities across the country continuing to churn out journalism graduates? Do they know something that the rest of us don’t? Do they have some reason to believe that demand for academically-trained newbee journalists is about to stage an extraordinary recovery? [MORE]

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