The Role Of Social Media In Journalism
All journalists met express the need to go to the source, to meet with scientists at the very least by phone at best face to face. In this quest for the direct relationship with the researcher, the press services (the "com '") are sometimes seen as brakes, filters disruptive (Bruns, & Highfield, 2012). However, journalists recognize that they have an important role to play in finding the relevant interlocutors (and new) when they need it. If they evoke quite-regular special relationship with this or that press officer, they often criticize the lack of knowledge on the part of the press services of the specifics of their profession in general or their particular medium. They often complain of being treated as an undifferentiated …show more content…
But how far do organizations need to go (and have -they means)? Illustrations, video, computer graphics, summary files, complete folders or complete citations interviews. Again, journalists are caught between the convenience that saves time and resistance to uniformity, the affirmation of their role in the collection and analysis of information. Journalists are generally "confident" vis-à-vis public research. It appears that many independent journalists working for both the news media but also for the institutional press. The crisis media companies also reinforces this practice raises the question of conflicts of interest. And some journalists are worried (Knight, 2012).
According to Nolan, during the talks, reporters questioned the level of participation of research organizations and their scientific public debate (Nolan, 2003, May).. Journalists are well aware of the diversity of views within research organizations and the difficulty it poses to organizations. Naturally, several journalists raised the issue of the evaluation of scientific research results on not only their openness to civil society, their contribution to the public debate, their outreach and