Posted by George Abbott
The Knight Cities Challenge is now open for applications. The challenge, which today enters its second year, is a $5 million open call for ideas to make cities more successful in one of three ...
Oct. 9, 2014, 9 a.m., Posted by Jeffrey Rutenbeck
Photo: Associate Prof. Lindsay Grace directs the American University Game Lab and Studio.
The early 21st century will probably be remembered as the age when smartphones changed almost everything about how we relate to information, the time when social media became the go-to media for anyone under 30, the point when a generation raised on video games reached adulthood -- and the moment of truth for a journalism industry that had sluggishly lost its way.
Managing life in this complex new world requires ever-more complex forms of media, and charting a course of sustained change requires that media leaders develop new mindsets and skillsets that can constantly push, reorganize and reiterate efforts to inform and engage.
Oct. 9, 2014, 7:57 a.m., Posted by CSchwartz
Oct. 9, 2014, 7:37 a.m., Posted by sschouweiler
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