Journalists are no longer just the people who show up at city hall meetings, take notes, and relay what happened to the masses. They’re marketers, community uniters and teachers while, by the way, still writing for print, web, mobile, tablets, aggregators, social media and video platforms. And newspapers aren’t just stacks of paper relaying the news. They must provide full-service solutions to advertisers, multimedia experiences to their users, and hubs in which entire communities can engage and interact.

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