Arts journalism

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Arts journalism is a branch of journalism concerned with the reporting and discussion of the arts, including but is not limited to film, literature, music, theater, and architecture. Traditionally, journalists and critics writing about the arts had a background in writing and the arts; there was no formal advanced training in this field. In 2005, Syracuse University founded the Goldring Arts Journalism Program, the first arts masters program at an accredited school to teach journalists to write about arts and culture.[1]

Portuguese journalist interviewing for Guimarães 2012 European Capital of Culture

In 2009, CEPT University through Ahmedabad has made a step towards starting this course for the first time in India.[citation needed]

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