unites Journalism and Academia

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  • (1888PressRelease) September 13, 2010 - "Oh, East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet." These words of Rudyard Kipling are often regarded as a classical example of incompatibility. Journalism and academic writing are usually considered antagonistic to the same extent. And yet, hopes to merge them with each other. Last week the company's office has featured a seminar on the usage of journalistic methods in academia.

    "Initially, it was my idea," the CEO of says. "Regardless of how interesting an academic paper, is it certainly lacks some drive and dynamics of a newspaper article. We've decided to introduce some of the methods into our working practices in order to make our writing even more fascinating."

    The methods's CEO tells of are all about presenting the material in a short and effective manner, creating intrigue and crafting short but edgy wordings. The journalists among the company's experts delivered a series of talks dedicated to each of these topics and then a discussion followed.

    "It's like oratory," one of the journalists says. "Some articles in the history of media have managed to overthrow the established views. We hope our colleagues will adopt some of these techniques."

    More information about projects and events of the company are available at

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