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How can I get into a social media sports journalism internship?
Many local teams have fan forums - look for a job moderating the forum. It won't pay much, but it links you to the team and builds your experience.
Look for those running websites about various sports teams and need content written, offer work for free for attribution, and this builds up your resume.
by Jack Lee2 months ago
The media has been biased and dishonest and source of many fake news... yet most average people does not know this or choose to ignore the facts. They just assume all that is being reported is right and should be taken...
by GA Anderson4 months ago
Looking at the claimed biases of Google and Facebook, should these sites police their output for "Fake" news and such similarly labeled publishing?One caveat: Assume it is a "given" that...
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