I believe the headline says it all.
I know I haven't been posting often because of my other work duties, but I feel I need to do this.
Over the course of probably the next 14 weeks (maybe more, maybe less) I'm going to be writing about different topics/arguments about how the new age of journalism is evolving through the younger and upcoming generation, which was sparked by my visit to Boston University and being a guest speaker for Frank Shorr's Sports Journalism class.
I feel that the younger generation of journalists aren't realizing the basic integrity and concepts of journalism anymore. It makes me wonder if they are still teaching Journalism 101 and learning about the printing press, the Pony Express, and Yellow Journalism.
The most ironic is probably Yellow Journalism.
This is very upsetting to me because I fall into this bracket and I believe I know and have better values than most 20-something-year-olds who are in the same field as myself.
I'm going to try and write an article a week. I don't know I'll generate any buzz or comments, but I'm going to sure as hell try. Prove me wrong. If you disagree with anything I write, feel free to visit the comments section.
I'm looking forward to this. Thanks for reading.