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"Time" Magazine Names Jay Rosen's Twitter Feed to Its Top 140

March 21, 2012

Time magazine has named Professor Jay Rosen's Twitter feed as one of the 140 that are "shaping the conversation in 2012." The magazine writes that "Rosen is the professor every college student in the country wishes they had. He understands that a digital revolution is striking all industries, not just journalism, and his ideas of where these trends will take us (are) fascinating."

Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu), a professor at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, is the author of the blog PressThink (www.pressthink.org) and directs the Institute’s “Studio 20” concentration, a graduate program that focuses on innovation and adapting journalism to the Web.

Others in Time's "140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2012" include: Michelle Obama, Yoko Ono, Shaquille O’Neal, Rick Santorum, William Shatner, Sanjay Gupta, and Kate Spade.

 

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"Time" Magazine Names Journalism Jay Rosen's Twitter Feed to Its Top 140

Time magazine has named Professor Jay Rosen's Twitter feed as one of the 140 that are "shaping the conversation in 2012."


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