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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
“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.
Online master’s students gain experience running a virtual newsroom
A publication run by our online students provides real-world experience.