What is Your Definition of News?

    by Benjamin Melançon
    October 18, 2007

    In the spirit of Web 2.0 – getting y’all to do the work – I request you to do it over at RootTruth.org, a site I put up for this and playing with the Drupal module I will make.

    Sign up and post an element of how you define news.

    Tagged: definition news

    One response to “What is Your Definition of News?”

    1. Attention Kathy Uek, if you Google yourself, I still want my Melvin Mencher journalism principles and practices book back, with all my notes, and the ridiculous list of seven things that make something news that I and thousands of others are taught in journalism school.

      You can mail it to P.O. Box 241, Natick, MA 01760.

      Thank you.

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