Publications

The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute offers many outstanding publishing platforms for its students and faculty. Among them are PressThink, Jay Rosen’s take on the media industry, and First Amendment Watch, which covers the many free speech and press conflicts going on today. Others like Pavement Pieces, The Click, and ScienceLine are associated with specific graduate concentrations. Still others are platforms for specific classes or for ambitious class reporting trips. They add up to many opportunities to publish outstanding work.

 
Bedford + Bowery

Bedford + Bowery

Bedford + Bowery is where downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn intersect. Produced by NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute in collaboration with New York magazine, B + B covers the East Village, Lower East Side, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Bushwick, and beyond.

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The Click

The Click

The Click hosts the work of reporters pursuing their master’s in journalism in NYU’s American Journalism Online Master’s Program. Students in the program cover a range of topics reflecting their work and the beats they have selected.

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First Amendment Watch

First Amendment Watch

First Amendment Watch (FAW) provides news and commentary about current conflicts involving freedom of expression. FAW also produces educational material on the First Amendment that is being used in hundreds of college classrooms. Our goal is to increase civic engagement by providing the tools for Americans to better understand their rights of speech, press, assembly, and petition.

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Pavement Pieces

Pavement Pieces

Pavement Pieces is a project of New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute’s Reporting New York and Reporting the Nation in Multimedia graduate concentration.

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PressThink

PressThink

PressThink is a project of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University. It is written and edited by professor Jay Rosen, who has taught at NYU since 1986. The blog is about the fate of the press in a digital era and the challenges involved in rethinking what journalism is today. It presents essays, press criticism, interviews and speeches.

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ScienceLine

ScienceLine

Scienceline is a student-run online magazine published by the Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program (SHERP) in the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University.

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The Spectrum

The Spectrum

The Spectrum is the online publication of the Urban Journalism Workshop, a career prep program for teens at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.

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CooperSquared

CooperSquared

CooperSquared is an online platform that highlights the outstanding work by undergraduate journalism students at New York University.

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The Editor's Vision

The Editor’s Vision

The Editor’s Vision is a project of the Magazine program at NYU.

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Shoeleather Magazine

Shoeleather Magazine

Shoeleather Magazine is an annual publication by undergraduate honors students.

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NewsDoc Projects

NewsDoc Projects

Projects are regularly published by students of the News & Documentary graduate program.

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Inside Lens - NYU Journalism Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute

Inside Lens

Alumni of the News & Documentary graduate program create film series which air on NYC Life.

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Projects

Students of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at NYU will collaborate with their classmates to publish projects to the web. Some of these projects are listed below.

 

Workers: Hustling and Surviving Through a Pandemic

Workers 2020

A project from the graduate Advanced Multimedia class in 2020.

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Harlem in Flux: A Glimpse at a Changing Community

Harlem in Flux

A project from the graduate Advanced Multimedia class in 2019.

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News Literacy 2019 @Studio20NYU

News Literacy 2019

Studio 20 graduate students published News Literacy projects from 2016 until 2019 about what’s changing in journalism.

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48 Hours in Scranton: New York University's M.A. Program in Business and Economic Reporting

48 Hours in Scranton

Students enrolled in NYU’s Master of Arts program in Business and Economic Reporting report on Scranton’s political and economic pulse just before the midterm elections of 2018.

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The Heights: A Look at the Opioid Crisis in Upper Manhattan

The Heights

A project from the graduate Advanced Multimedia class in 2018.

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Finding Sanctuary

Finding Sanctuary

A multimedia project designed and produced by the graduate students in New York University’s Studio 20 program, and friends from the Interactive Telecommunications and Global and Joint Studies programs from 2017.

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