If you think like I do, the phrase ‘slow journalism’ may strike you as a paradox or a lame joke the first time you hear it. I certainly was skeptical when I entered the deep dive session, “Storytelling: Out of Eden, Into the Story,” Tuesday at the Excellence in Journalism Conference in New Orleans.
September 18th, 2016 • 2016: New Orleans
From bureaus to fellowships: The future of international journalism
While the financial landscape supporting international journalism has changed dramatically in recent decades, the necessity for global news has only grown stronger, said Farah Stockman, a New York Times reporter. Stockman, the winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for commentary, urged aspiring and working journalists to embrace this new financial model of fellowships instead of foreign bureaus during a presentation she gave on international journalism Sunday at the Excellence in Journalism Conference in New Orleans.