Cases where the known boundaries of journalism are stretched – inside and out.
Johannes Koponen, M.Sc.
Traditionally journalism was defined by ethical guidelines and established media organisations. Now the space is crowded with agents who do not follow the rules but benefit from the credibility of professional journalists whilst pursuing their own agenda. Journalists are often asked to pick a side on reporting or they do so willingly in the new media environments. In the project, we write a non-fiction book on cases where the known boundaries of journalism are stretched – inside and out.
Direct call for applications: Media and journalism