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Persist: New Ideas for Journalism in an Age of Distrust
Persist: New Ideas for Journalism in an Age of Distrust. A Digital Publication by students and faculty at the 2018 Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change, hosted by the Salzburg Global Seminar.
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Persist: Re-Imagining Journalism in an Age of Distrust. A Digital Publication by students and faculty at the 2018 Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change, hosted by the Salzburg Global Seminar.

Editors
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Jamie Cohen
Asst Professor & Program Director, New Media at Molloy College. Cultural Studies and Media Studies PhD candidate at Stony Brook U. Research on memes and YouTube
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paul mihailidis
professor, researcher, teacher, activist. Engagement Lab @ Emerson College & Salzburg Global Seminar. @pmihailidis www.paulmihailidis.com
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Megan Fromm
Assistant professor of mass comm @ Colorado Mesa University. Lover of cats and Bruce Springsteen. First Amendment freedom fighter. Will pay for good journalism.
Writers
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Stephanie M. Ross
PR/social media maven. Blogger + writer. Texan in Boston. Emerson College graduate student. Blindness/Visual Impairment advocate + volunteer.
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Carly Haynes
Broadcast journalism major and general business minor student at University of Maryland, College Park.
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Natalie Matthews
My name is Natalie Matthews and I am a corporate communications student at The University of Texas. I am passionate about equality and telling the untold.