By Sandra Fish Here’s a look at media and the millennials from several perspectives: Lauren Whaley went to school in Maine. She really liked the magazine Alpinist, so she emailed the editor once a week for three months until she got an internship there. She lived to Jackson, Wyo., worked for the local newspaper, then started a website covering local issues. She then attended the University of Southern California specialized journalism program and is now focused on audio, doing multimedia in California. “There are lots of new models popping up. Which ones will be sustainable, we’ll see.” She’d like a... read more
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