New from our conversation with Andie Tucher: why is it important to study journalism history? In this video, she explains how understanding past events in the life of American journalism can help us think about present disruption.
In the latest from our conversation with Andie Tucher, director of Columbia Journalism School’s Ph.D. program, we explore how journalism functions in our democracy. People (with access) have the freedom to choose what media to pay attention to, but what happens when we’re not on the same page about important issues anymore?
Bonus:A relevant read on confirmation bias and seeking out only that which we agree with.
Here’s another video from our conversation with Andie Tucher, director of Columbia Journalism School’s Ph.D. program. She discusses the history of profit in journalism, and the antagonism between journalism being a public service while also having to turn a profit.
Bonus: For extensive FJP coverage of the conversation around journalism and business models see here.
Meet Andie Tucher, a historian, journalist, professor, and director of Columbia Journalism School’s Ph.D. program. She’s shared incredible, informed insight with us on both the history and future of journalism. In this video she discusses what it means to be a journalist in a world where anyone can write and publish work online and the necessary, shared expectations between a journalist and his or her audience.
Bonus: For past FJP coverage of citizen journalism and the questions surrounding it, see here.