In today’s technology-driven world, the landscape of journalism is rapidly evolving. The growth in digital technologies has allowed journalism to expand its horizons beyond traditional media. Journalists today are multimedia storytellers.

With the emergence of these technologies, the way we consume news has undergone a seismic shift. The traditional barriers of time and space have been dismantled, allowing for instantaneous access to information from around the world. Whether it’s through news websites, social media platforms, or mobile applications, people now have the power to stay informed 24/7. More journalism is being read, listened to, and watched than ever before.

The MA in Journalism and Digital Communications offered by Griffith College Dublin stands at the forefront of this, aligning with the changing dynamics of the journalism sector.

The course is offered full-time over one year or blended/part-time over two years and is tailored for individuals aspiring to become communication professionals in the digital age. The MA in Journalism and Digital Communications equips students with the necessary skills required to navigate and thrive in the ever-changing realm of digital journalism and communications.

One of the key highlights of this programme is the industry expertise. The course is designed and delivered by industry professionals and academic experts. Students are in a professional media production environment, fostering a deep understanding of high-quality journalism, ethical practices, leadership, and media innovation.

From data journalism and analytics to investigative reporting, students will acquire a diverse skill set essential for employment in the evolving news industry. Additionally, students also have an opportunity to develop a portfolio showcasing their journalistic and investigative skills, data analysis, and media product design, giving them a competitive edge as emerging media professionals.

Technology and digitalisation have opened new avenues for storytelling, redefined the relationship between journalists and their audience, and changed the news-making process. As journalism continues to evolve in the digital era, one thing remains clear: the power of storytelling to inform, inspire, and unite us all.

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