BY MADELINE JACKEL, DANIELLE ROBERTS AND SERENA SEYFORT
“IT WAS NOT SO LONG AGO A TYPICAL MEDIA DAILY DIET BEGAN WITH A NEWSPAPER AT THE END OF THE DRIVEWAY.” M. SCOTT HAVEN
The evolving force of social media is significantly transforming the news landscape of the twenty-first century. Platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are changing the way that news is researched, reported and received. If you are one of the two-billion smartphone users who occupies a social media account, you have the capacity to be a reporter. But what does this mean for the future for the journalism? Click below to read the complete essay.