Jonathan Warren | Dec. 2, 2013 | Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters
In his class, The Future of News, Notre Dame visiting assistant professor Josh Roiland not only talks about the direction journalism is now heading, but he also equips students with the practical tools to flourish within the changing profession.
“It’s kind of two different classes in one,” says Roiland, who teaches in the College of Arts and Letters’ Department of American Studies.
“We study the economic and technological changes that have hit the journalism industry in the last decade and how they have completely transformed the profession. But then we also do the practical aspect and do the future of news, which is going to be multimedia journalism.”