Behind the Changing Relationship Between Educators and the Media
David Fisher withNick J. Tate
Coverage of education by traditional media is declining while the use of coverage through social media is increasing. What’s driving the change and what does this mean for educators?
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September 8, 2014 Discovery Educator Network Radio
Nick J. Tate is an award-winning journalist, editor and best-selling author who has written extensively about health, business, technology, finance, music and consumer affairs issues. He is a health writer and editor at Newsmax Media Inc. in South Florida. He is an experienced educator whose background includesteaching health/science journalism as an adjunct professor at Emory University in Atlanta and health communications in a variety of training seminars for college students, scientists, doctors, business executives and public relations specialists.
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