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Journalism schools start teaching students to fly drones | RT

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01 April 2013



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Next generation’s Walter Cronkites won’t be learning the traditional tricks and tips used by the journalists of today. Drones could be the next big tool for newsgathering, and some journalism students are getting hands-on experience already. A science and journalism professor at the University of Missouri is already making his j-school students use remote controlled drones to help discover what they could do to the industry…

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