'The author has the rare ability to convey his ideas in terse, lucid and precise language. They will define the future of journalism in the information age as a result of rapid advances in telecom technology.'
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'John Herbert has produced a book which has defined the pedagogy of journalism in a practice world which has become virtually all digital. He brings clarity to the process of journalism education: learning, practising and managing. ...Students will find this book inspirational and an important resource of reading and knowledge.'
Tim Crook, Head of Radio at the Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths College, University of London.
"This book is a must for all journalism departments, as well as for practitioners who want to maintain a leading edge over their competitors."
Rodney Bennett-England, in Journalism Training magazine, Spring 2001