Monthly Archives: September 2010

DCentric hits the web

By Delece Smith-Barrow Last week I received a press release announcing the launch of DCentric, a web site about the intersection of race and class in D.C., and 11 other news sites under the NPR ARGO network. Since DCentric is … Continue reading

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Another account of writing for a content farm

Here’s another piece about writing for Demand Media, by Andria Krewson, a journalist in Charlotte, N.C.: What It’s Like To Write For Demand Media: Low Pay But Lots Of Freedom.

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Reading resources on entrepreneurial journalism

These are some recommended resources on entrepreneurial journalism. Students choosing the project option of contributing to the class blog can do blog posts about any of these resources. You can write commentaries about posts on these blogs or reports or … Continue reading

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Course syllabus

Entrepreneurial Journalism in the Digital Age Fall 2010 Ken Dodelin and Steve Buttry Sept. 1 – Dec. 6 | Mondays, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Clarendon campus – Room 234 3101 N. Wilson Blvd.; Arlington | next to Clarendon Metro (Orange … Continue reading

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Welcome to Entrepreneurial Journalism

This will be the blog for Entrepreneurial Journalism, a class in the Master of Professional Studies program at Georgetown University, taught by Ken Dodelin and Steve Buttry.

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