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Here are 81 journalism internships and fellowships for application season

For most journalism students, the biggest step toward finding employment isn't passing the final. It isn't acing midterms, turning in homework or even meeting deadlines at the college paper. The most critical period in journalism school is the three-month window stretching from September to November informally known as internship application season. Getting professional experience and making contacts through an internship … Read More

Virtual reality news is becoming a reality in many newsrooms

A story doesn't POINT you there, it PUTS you there. In a sense, a story is a form of transportation. It lifts you from where you are reading and carries you to another time and another place. Roy Peter Clark may not have been thinking about virtual reality when he wrote about the differences between a story and a … Read More

Who will block the ad blockers? Publishers are proceeding with caution

Along with Apple's latest iOS comes the ability to block ads. In photo, Apple's new News app is displayed on an iPad. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)Apple iOS 9 launched a week ago and with it comes the opportunity for users to install ad blocking software for its Safari mobile browser. So what are publishers doing to counter the added … Read More

NPR standards guru: You shouldn't say 'a**hole' on a podcast

NPR In a public memo to staffers Thursday, NPR Standards and Practices Editor Mark Memmott admonished the network's journalists to use the same standards for offensive language on podcasts that they would over the air. The guidance was in response to a question from journalists in NPR's New York bureau, who asked whether it was OK to "call … Read More

5 headlines (and 'Alice in Wonderland' GIFs) that capture how weird today has been

On Wednesday, the New York Stock Exchange suspended trading because of tech issues. United Airlines couldn't operate for the same reason. And the homepage for The Wall Street Journal had issues, too. It's been a weird Wednesday, and some headlines did a pretty good job capturing that. Here are screenshots of five of them. Let's start with this one, from Slate: Read More

The magic of ‘experiment land’ in legacy newsrooms

Masuma Ahuja and Sarah Marshall had never met before. Once the ONA-Poynter Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media kicked off on April 12, though, they soon discovered they had plenty in common. Ahuja and Marshall, two of the 25 women in the inaugural Leadership Academy class, are both tasked with helping their legacy media organizations experiment … Read More

Career Beat: Molly Wood will be a host and reporter at Marketplace

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Molly Wood will be a host and reporter at Marketplace. Previously, she was deputy technology editor at The New York Times. (Email) Felicia Sonmez will edit the China Real Time blog for The Wall Street Journal. She is a China correspondent for Agence France-Presse. (@feliciasonmez) Daniel Wagner will … Read More

Career Beat: Matthew Kaminski named executive editor of Politico in Europe

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Matthew Kaminski will be executive editor of Politico's European operation. He's a member of the editorial board at The Wall Street Journal. Bill Nichols will be a founding editor-at-large of Politico's European operation. He's an editor-at-large at Politico. Carrie Budoff Brown will be associate editor and senior policy reporter … Read More