Good advice from a 2008 journalism grad

Monday, September 8, 2008

By: Brian Steffen

We've been spending a lot of time in the first few BNR sessions in talking about the skills today's journalism students need to have. It's a scary time, but — as many have pointed out — there are opportunities for those who are willing to innovate, take risks and stay on top of the business.

Now comes this advice from Nick Rosinia, a 2008 graduate of the University of Florida, who's in his first job at, the Web site that covers major league baseball. (Pretty cool job for those interested in sports, don't you think?)

Rosinia, by his own admission, isn't a tech geek, but he does have the basics down, and he's using that to remain competitive in a highly competitive work environment. It's great advice from someone who was sitting in a chair like yours not too long ago.


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