Lisa Friedman Article

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Michael Samuels 10/9/08 Doyle SMPA 110W Lisa Friedman Newspapers are dying. This is at least the opinion of one nationally recognized columnist, Jay Mariotti, who recently left his post at the Chicago Sun Times to a different news outlet. Debate rages as to whether news reporting has fundamentally changed. Are old fashioned newspaper the thing of the past and modern forms of distribution such as blogs, and other internet related outlets the wave of the future? Lisa Friedman, an ex-newspaper journalist, recently ended her 14 year relationship with printed journalism. Friedman, a graduate of Columbia University, doesn’t know whether newspaper are dying or not, but in her presentation to students in Michael Doyle’s Intro to News Writing course, she affirmed the profession of journalism is thriving. Friedman stressed that the best way to become a reporter was not in class room, but rather on the scene. Her first newspaper experience came via a summer job. Even though a summer working at the local record store seemed appealing to Friedman, her
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