As journalism educators struggle with questions of how to teach students about a new media world that even they don’t fully understand, some teachers are moving forward and reshaping their programs to prepare students for a very different career track. Hanson Hosein was an Emmy-winning television news producer at NBC News before ditching the world of “big-box” media and setting out to discover how citizen publishers would change journalism. Today he heads the masters of communication program at the University of Washington, where his curriculum has created considerable debate over its rejection of traditional media models. We interview him on our MediaBlather podcast.
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