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Wordblog revived

incorporating New Life

Andrew Grant-Adamson

I teach journalism at the University of Westminster in London, UK. The advent of the web, multi-chanel TV, digital radio, mobile phones and so much more is making this the most exciting period in journalism that I can remember. I wish I was starting out as a junior reporter again.

When not in London I live in a Suffolk village in a house looking out onto an ancient green. Behind the timber frames of the houses there are poeple selling on eBay, designing web sites…. The countryside, as much as the cities, is being transformed. Only on the desolate stretches of East anglian coastline can you imagine the world is not changing faster than ever before.


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    One of the joys of the internet and blogs is following links to hidden treasure. I enjoyed one such eureka moment today through Roy Greenslade’s blog on Media Guardian. He links to Andrew Grant-Adamson’s Wordblog about journalism, which I found compelling. Andrew teaches journalism at the University of Westminster in London. Greenslade was taken by Andrew’s post debunking the myth of objective journalism, but the