How America’s top newsrooms recruit interns from a small circle of colleges
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August 4, 20192 min read, 377 words

How America’s top newsrooms recruit interns from a small circle of collegesHow America’s top newsrooms recruit interns from a small circle of colleges

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Published: August 4, 2019  |  2 min read, 377 words
Theodore Kim, the New York Times’ director of newsroom fellowships and internships, tweeted in March what he called his “super unscientific opinion on which U.S. schools churn out the most consistently productive candidates.” Kim listed his top 26, ranking them by best — Columbi...
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August 5, 2019
Interesting look into newsroom's interns. Wish they talked more about the hiring rates of interns and how many junior writers they hire each year.
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August 5, 2019
This was an incredibly dense and well researched piece. Lots of investigative work went into presenting this information to readers, and the work shows.
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August 4, 2019
The title should be adjusted to indicate that this is a full-length report. However, I can't imagine another investigative article that could provide more context, sources, or balance to this topic. Lists The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, NPR, Politico and Chicago Tribune. It also details how the study was conducted.
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