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David Skok, digital adviser to the editor at The Boston Globe, thinks there’s no better time than the present to be a journalist.

“When before this has it been about just the story?” asked Skok. He spoke to FCAD students and faculty members on March 24 for the annual Atkinson Lecture. The talk reinforced the fact that thriving in media involves being digitally literate. This means that journalists can no longer afford to fall in love with just one medium, like print or television. Instead, stories should be told in whatever medium is most compelling, Skok said. Follow the live blog below:

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