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In addition to facing a challenging job market, journalism students today must increasingly learn a new set of skills to stay relevant in the marketplace. In response, a growing number of educational institutions are innovating to prepare the next generation of journalists. What are some of the most promising examples of new programs you have developed, taken or found? Share your suggestions and let us know why you think others would find them useful.


Stanford University’s collection of videos and podcasts featuring lectures by entrepreneurial thought leaders.

Free Press

Big fans of the First Amendment, Free Press supports our nation’s right to be informed. Advocates of the public good, their campaigns preserve and expand the possibilities for journalism.

The Knight Foundation Shares What They’re Learning

Knight’s beta site is rich with research, reflection and reports from the field of news on innovation and experiments underway.

Carnival of Journalism

The Carnival of Journalism makes a comeback in 2011 with insight and commentary on present, and future, forms of news.

Committee of Concerned Journalists

Discussion, tools, articles, workshops and forums by a number of leading thinkers in publishing, news reporting and the academy.

Re-Imagining Journalism: Local News for a Networked World

Mike Fancher’s policy paper, commissioned by the Knight Foundation and the Aspen Institute, outlines five critical ingredients to support local journalism.

New Business Models for News

CUNY Graduate School of Journalism offers a fantastic smorgasbord of substance.

Common Language Project

The Common Language Project is a new-media nonprofit with a mission to engage, educate and inform Americans of all ages on the crucial human issues of our time through innovative and accessible journalism.
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