Some journalism schools are adapting to the changing media world with major renovations to their curricula. They are updating their skills courses, teaching more multimedia journalism and offering courses to help the students become entrepreneurial. At one U.S. University, instead of studying the “business of journalism” and learning about the broken business model, students are now challenged to find new ways to “pay for journalism.” The details are in this lengthy piece from the Sunday New York Times.

Some journalism schools are adapting to the changing media world with major renovations to their curricula. They are updating their skills courses, teaching more multimedia journalism and offering courses to help the students become entrepreneurial. At one U.S. University, instead of studying the “business of journalism” and learning about the broken business model, students are now challenged to find new ways to “pay for journalism.” The details are in this lengthy piece from the Sunday New York Times.

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