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Why the shortage of biz journalism is a missed enterprise alternative

Claire Williams

American Banker reporter Claire Williams critiques “The Future of Business Journalism: Why it Matters for Wall Street and Main Street,” written by her former professor Chris Roush.

Williams writes, “The place did that go away individuals like me, at 20 years previous on the College of North Carolina, strolling into Roush’s enterprise reporting class for the primary time? I took enterprise reporting and economics reporting lessons with Roush, now dean of the Faculty of Communications at Quinnipiac College, when he ran the enterprise journalism program at UNC.

“Certain, reporting is enjoyable, and it could be invaluable, however it’s not price a lot to me if I can’t make a profession out of it. Screw it, possibly I ought to hearken to my dad and mom and go to legislation faculty. Or worse, into public relations.

“However what units Roush’s new ebook (and his lessons) aside is his insistence that good journalism and worthwhile journalism are one and the identical. I didn’t, fortunately, go to legislation faculty after taking Roush’s class. As a substitute I went to work at a kind of native newspapers everybody appreciated to speak about.

“They have been one of many fortunate ones that largely had a enterprise desk nonetheless intact, however the empty chairs within the newsroom echoed the story that Roush informed in his ebook. Nonetheless, native enterprise leaders clamored for our protection, and complained there wasn’t sufficient of it. That, Roush suggests, isn’t only a civic misstep, however a missed enterprise alternative.”

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