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claussen1Dane Claussen, professor at Point Park University (Pittsburgh, USA) delivered a lecture today to students of IE´s School of Communication on the situation of American press. Claussen is an editor of the Journalism & Mass Communication Educator – journal of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication. Tomorrow –  Friday 27th of November – Dane Claussen will attend a breakfast-meeting entitled “Teaching Communication in the world. Why is the U.S. leading and why is that not enough?”. The event is organized by IE School of Communication and Dircom (Communications Managers Association) and will start at 9:30 pm at IE Business School in Madrid. There be a introductory speech by Samuel Martin-Barbero, Dean of IE School of Communication-IE University.

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claussen2Dane Claussen, profesor de Point Park University (Pittsburgh, EE.UU.), impartió hoy una conferencia sobre la situación de la prensa en Estados Unidos a los alumnos de IE School of Comunication. Claussen es editor de Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, revista de la Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication. Mañana viernes 27 de noviembre, Dane Claussen participará en un desayuno de trabajo titulado “La enseñanza de la Comunicación en el mundo. Por qué Estados Unidos está a la cabeza y por qué eso no basta.”, organizado por IE School of Communication y Dircom (Asociación de Directivos de Comunicación), a las 9:30 horas, en IE Business School en Madrid. La presentación correrá a cargo de Samuel Martin-Barbero, Decano de IE School of Communication-IE University.

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