Columbia Journalism Review

The Columbia Journalism Review was founded in 1961 as part of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Its mission is to monitor the media as well as advocate for it. The journal's editor-in-chief is Victor Navasky. In addition to articles in its print magazine, the Columbia Journalism Review's website features daily content such as blog posts and opinion articles.

The journal is supported by Columbia University and a variety of public and private organizations. It's published six times a year. The Columbia Journalism Review offers several ways to subscribe for individuals and institutions. Readers can choose between a print-only subscription, a print and online subscription or an online-only subscription.

The Columbia Journalism Review offers internships to journalism students who wish to gain hands-on experience in magazine publishing.

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