As the journalism world continues to grow and change, media companies are constantly brainstorming ways to find the next best revenue stream, while still trying to maintain integrity. Some experts say journalists could help the cause by building their own personal brand outside of the institutions they work for. It’s a concept that has caused lots of discussion, and some controversy, among journalists across the internet. Owen Youngman is a journalism professor at the Medill School at Northwestern University who teaches and blogs about the topic. He gives us his opinion on the matter.
By Brady Carlson • Mar 5, 2012