College Media Podcast: 2012 Student Press Year in Review

Welcome to the latest installment of the College Media Podcast.  The CMP is a collaborative venture between me and Bryan Murley from the Center for Innovation in College Media.

The podcast’s aim: spotlighting big college media news, standout student press work, and an array of helpful and innovative sites, programs, and tech tools.

In our current episode, we chat about the most popular, controversial, and unexpected trends and incidents within collegemediatopia over the past calendar year.  Among the topics: The Red & Black staff’s temporary mass resignation at the University of Georgia; the April Fools’ issue bloodbaths at several high-profile student newspapers; the rise in student press digital-first reinventions; and the increasing limitations being placed on student and professional journalists covering major college sports.

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