YOUNG MEDIA PROFESSIONALS URGED TO MAINTAIN SHOE LEATHER REPORTING

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Even as the journalistic profession continues to change dramatically in the face of social media, citizen reporting, and other mediums, a Guyanese media practitioner with 50 years of experience under his belt has affirmed that there is no replacement for shoe-leather reporting, which he says remains an integral element of trustworthy journalism.  Temika Rodney has the details.

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