Six world changing journalists and a campus ministry’s role in their careers
By Gordon Govier, posted October 8, 2013 at 7:00 am
Six journalists who have excelled in the journalistic world believe there’s a place for Christians in journalism.
- The 7 senses of the art of religion news in the digital age, Part 1
- The art of religion news during the redesign of big news media, 2015-2016
- The art of religion news during the redesign of the New York Times, 2014
- The art of religion news during the redesign of big news media, 2012-2014
- The art of religion news in the broadband, multimedia, social age, 2010-2011
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