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Six Must-Know Online Resources for Journalists « Communicate: The Diederich College of Communication blogPosted by the Diederich College of Communication It’s no longer enough to just be a great writer; today’s well-prepared journalist must be well-versed (if not fluent) in using social media and emerging multimedia technology to gather sources and get the story out to the public. Luckily, there are some helpful resources designed to help navigate the new frontier of journalism in the digital age. Below are six must-know websites for anyone working in the profession. 10,000 Words.net According to the site description, 10000words.net is a place “where journalism and technology meet.” The site provides information about the tools that shape digital journalism, including examples and tutorials of both emerging and established technology. http://10000words.net
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