Journalists write and produce material for print, broadcast and digital media. Twenty-four-hour news and new ways of receiving that news have had a great impact on this sector. Newspapers, magazines, radio, television and internet news channels offer myriad opportunities for journalists, though every one of these opportunities is hotly pursued by many applicants. New technologies have blurred some of the demarcation lines between jobs in journalism. In national media there may still be clear distinctions between editors, reporters, subeditors, production editors, features editors, etc, but in smaller business-to-business (trade) magazines one person can be concerned with editing, commissioning, subediting ...