How the media landscape has changed

HELPING STUDENTS THINK OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM BOX Back in 1995, I was cub reporter in Nottinghamshire, learning my trade having signed my indentures at a local weekly newspaper in Mansfield. Shorthand. Long days. High enthusiasm. Low pay. Ah, they were the days. You wrote your article and submitted it by saving it to a floppy disc and then putting aforementioned disc into another computer. No website for the newspaper group…

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