Improving Digital News Internships

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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Today’s journalism students are ready for almost any task, armed with an arsenal of news tools and techniques. All they need is meaningful newsroom experience. Are you using them to the best advantage? How can you integrate interns into your digital newsroom so that they succeed and meet your goals? This session will bring together newsroom professionals, journalism educators and former digital interns to share their advice for maximizing results.

Resource:

Dow Jones News Fund Digital Workshop Survey: http://bluescreening.com/DJNF/index.html

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Featuring

Leo Postovoit
Lead Graphic Designer and Web Developer, Relativity Education
Amy Rolph
News Editor, MSN
Mike Wong
Director, Career Services and DJNF Digital Training, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Linda Shockley
Manager, Digital Media and Programs
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