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private:tow-knight 3080715 Jun 4th, 2019 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 345 24.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Jun 3rd, 2019 11:53PM Jun 3rd, 2019 11:53PM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Open Education, Entrepreneurial Journalism, Journalism, Digital Journalism, Entrepreneurship, Media Startups Open 219 W. 40th Street New York New York US 10018 Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers
private:tow-knight 3080715 Feb 9th, 2018 12:00AM Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism 278 26.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism trains journalists to launch and develop their own startup media projects. We run a four-month intensive program for media professionals from all over the world. In September 2010, the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism established the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, funded by grants from The Tow Foundation and the Knight Foundation. The Center’s mission is to help create a sustainable future for quality journalism in three ways: • Educating students and mid-career journalists in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management; • Researching topics relevant to the development of viable economic models for the new digital media; • Funding, developing, and nurturing new journalistic enterprises. With the support of the Center, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism now offers the first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. Candidates for the new degree will take most of the same courses required for the School’s traditional MA in Journalism in their first three semesters and then spend a fourth semester immersed in the School’s intensive Entrepreneurial Journalism Program. Mid-career professionals and other graduate students can also apply to that one-semester program and earn an Advanced Certificate upon successful completion of the course of study. Professor Jeff Jarvis is the Tow-Knight Center’s Director and Jeremy Caplan is its Director of Education. Consumer Services General Retailers

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