Journalism 101

I was fortunate to have pragmatic, no-nonsense journalism professors as I learned the trade. I was also fortunate to be there during a time when computers were taking over the newsroom and “mechanical” or analog processes were on their way out. Because I learned during this transitional time I was taught both methods — analog and digital. Though we used computers to write copy, that copy had to be transferred by paste-up to boards. Though I’m not an artist, and …


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