Part one

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In a two-part special report, American Observer staff examines today’s journalism industry as it faces unprecedented changes in the newsroom.

Part one addresses domestic news outlets. Rapidly changing techniques and technology prompt a transformation in how news is delivered. Newsrooms are restructured and young journalists struggle to find where they will fit in the changing media landscape. Editors debate use of controversial photographs in commemorating a national tragedy. Next week, part two will feature an analysis of trends in international news reporting.

Young reporters weigh online options, by LISA CHIU

Google stretches boundaries of online news delivery, by KATHARINE JARMUL

Young staff brings perspective to cleveland.com, by JESSEKA KADYLAK

Small newspapers go local, by AMANDA KNOWLES

Consumers go online for video, by LAGAN SEBERT

Sept. 11 photos under continuous review, by LISA TANGER

The American University School of Communication Graduate Program in Journalism works to prepare students for the realities of today's news and information space and the challenges of tomorrow. Find out more by visiting us online at soc.american.edu

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