E-Journal 2

E-Journal 2 - There was much discussion over what was to...

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There was much discussion over what was to become a print media in the future. The first two of our guest speakers, Robert and Rosie talked about the changes that were taking place. They both agreed that the internet is starting to take over as a dominant medium for our daily news. Robert discussed his life as a journalist. He told his story how he went into Africa and reported on Kabala. He explained the risks that one takes as a journalist. He told how he was captured, incarcerated, and tortured. He also spoke of the environment in which he was imprisoned. He described the blood on the walls and rats at his feet. He told how he thought that his tactic of not screaming when he was hit would amount to less torture. Then he told how he was proven wrong when his friend who screamed his head off was left alone after only being hit a couple of times. He went on to say that even though all the trauma of what had happened, he still loves and enjoys his job as a journalist. The point that he was trying to make was with our technology today, anyone can
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2008 for the course COMM 310 taught by Professor Scheer during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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