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columbia school of journalism

We have lots of hard facts about how digital media is revolutionizing the news business. But often there is less information out there about precisely what that means for journalists doing their jobs.

Now Poynter reports that the Knight and Tow Foundations have given the Columbia School of Journalism a grant of $2 million to fund studies into best practices in digital journalism. The research may address questions like how to use real-time analytics, how to measure engagement, how to incorporate data into reporting and how to discover how much the audience benefits from article commenting, Poynter reports.

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Hannah Vinter

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2012-04-30 18:05

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