A Bird’s Eye View Of Journalism

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I’ll let the post at Hot Topics explain and you need to read Jane Singer’s article underneath the information after the announcement of the conference at the link.

This August, journalism and mass communication educators from across the globe will gather in Boston to share tips on how to survive and thrive in today’s evolving world. To kick off our summer convention, AEJMC asked [everyone] to imagine what the future of journalism and mass communication might look like.

17 innovative submissions were entered overall, ranging from 140-character tweets to unpublished book chapters to graphic designs and even poetry. 12 judges from advertising, education, new media and other areas, narrowed the entries down to three. And after a membership-wide vote, Jane Singer, University of Central Lancashire and University of Iowa, was selected as the winner for her entry, “Bird’s-Eye View.”

Singer wins complementary registration to the 2009 AEJMC Boston convention and will work with editors to produce her article with United Press International.

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