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A service that provides, for a fee, news from around the world to publications that subscribe to it.
Wire Services
Journalism given to hoaxes, altered photographs, screaming headlines, and endless promotions of the newspapers themselves.
Yellow Journalism
Journalism that crusades for social justice or to expose wrongdoing.
Muckraking
System of moral principles.
Ethics
The ability to aspire belief and trust.
Credibility
Written defamation; damaging false statements against another person that was wrote or read from a written script.
Libel
The ability to make fair, neutral observations about people and events.
Objectivity
A damaging false statement against anothere person or institution spoke or broadcast extemporaneously.
Slander
Censorship, or restraint in advance of publication. This is illegal in the U.S.
Proir Restraint
A libel defense that protects a journalist's epressed opinion of public figures or reviews of books, records and ect.
Fair Comment
The oppurtunity for permitting a person criticized in a story to respond do that critisism in the same story.
Right of Reply
How new and current this event is.
Timeliness
Geographic nearness of a given ecent to your place of publication or your headers.
Proximity
How well known an individual is in the community, school, nation, or world.
Prominence
The importance of the event.
Consequence
Regional, national, or international story to bring out local angle.
Localization
Reader feels sorrow, pity or amazement.
Human Interest
Element of news that involves tension, suprise, and suspence, and arises with any good news topic.
Conflict
A random sample of the population ot be surveyed in which every member of the population has an oppurtunity to respond.
Random Sample
Eliminates people who are not included in the desired population.
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