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Announcing the Winners of the First Annual American Journalism Online Awards

From Best Twitter Thread to Best News-Based Podcast to Best Debunking of Fake News, the AJO Awards celebrate the new ways journalists are connecting with the public, and shine a light on excellence in reporting, writing and news production across genres.

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Ari Schneider, AJO 2020, has been shortlisted for a 2020 AIPS Sports Media Award

His New York Times piece "Two Climbers. Best Friends. Only One Ticket to the Olympics" made the shortlist.

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Looking Ahead to the Spring 2021 Semester: An AJO Newsletter

Prof. Adam Penenberg, Founder & Director of the American Journalism Online Program at NYU, announces the launch of a newsletter for the program.

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Nominations are open for the inaugural American Journalism Online Awards

Submit your pick for Best Data Visualization, Best News-Based Twitter Thread, Best Solo Newsletter, Best Podcast and more.

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The American Journalism Online Master’s Program Launches New Media Startup Accelerator with Started

Started Companies, Inc., a public-benefit corporation, in collaboration with the American Journalism Online Master’s program at New York University, today announced the New Media Hyper-Accelerator.

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Seven Facts About the Online Master’s in Journalism Program at NYU

The Online Master’s in Journalism Program at NYU was designed to be online.

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The Online Master’s in Journalism Program: What We’ve Learned So Far

We had no idea what to expect when we launched the American Journalism Online Master’s Program last year.

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“Teaching online is great”

As many university classes moved online in mid-March to contain COVID-19, Liza Hogan had some encouraging words for instructors teaching remotely for the first time.

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Online master’s students gain experience running a virtual newsroom

A publication run by our online students provides real-world experience.

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