The social media industry is expanding and an increasing number of jobs are becoming available for journalism graduates.
Many journalists say they are concerned about what president-elect Donald Trump’s overall impact might be on journalism — and by extension, the American public — given his adversarial relationship with the media throughout his campaign and now as Inauguration Day nears.
Students and professors from BYU’s School of Communications traveled to Santiago, Chile, during May to complete a mentored multimedia journalism project. The project was designed to report on BYU’s anti-poverty efforts there, as well as the efforts of local citizens.
Provo’s newspaper, The Daily Herald, is moving downtown.
A veteran journalist and news manager told BYU communications students Thursday that the newspaper is…
A veteran journalist known for quick bonding with interviewees told BYU communications students Thursday that…