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  • Northeastern students will get an education in ‘Esquire’ with new digital storytelling initiative

    BostInno - 12/01/2014

    Graduate students in Northeastern University’s Media Innovation program are about to get an education in Esquire.

    The program announced Monday a partnership with Esquire magazine, designed to foster the next generation of digital storytellers.

    “There are so many opportunities to use new forms of expression to tell the important stories of our time,” said Esquire Editor-in-Chief David Granger in a statement. “Esquire has always looked for new ways to inspire and entertain readers.”

    His remark echoes that of Media Innovation Director Jeff Howe, who’s made clear he wants to push the boundaries of journalism and help students “tell true stories across a broad range of media.”

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