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  • Media Influence On The World

    Media delivers us with news and information not only from our country, but from around the globe. A main section of our news is political. The media delivers us information about everything from political parties, elections, MP’s, to and decisions made. The famous quote by the CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite paints a picture of what the news networks and corporations are there to do; ‘Our job is to only hold up the mirror, to tell the public what is happening.’ But that is only a slim part of…

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  • Broadcast Journalism Essay

    Zealand broadcast journalism has undergone significant changes in the last decade. These changes have been initiated glaringly by the development of digital technologies and the internet. This essay will discuss the recent shifts in New Zealand broadcast journalism. Furthermore, arguing that although it is transforming, broadcast journalism is still applicable in today’s society. The internet has given rise to inordinate variety in content; thus, audiences for broadcast journalism have been…

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  • Ugc Case Study

    interests (Siebert, Peterson, & Schramm, 1963). This rationality will make individual decisions that will be good for themselves and also advance the cause of civilization (Siebert, Peterson, & Schramm, 1963). The libertarian concept argues that journalism is an economic enterprise and in addition to informing and entertaining the masses should financial independence (Siebert, Peterson, & Schramm, 1963). Many newspapers, at all sizes, operate as big business enterprises that are impervious to…

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  • Community Journalism: The Business Role And Roles Of Community Media

    Community Journalism Community journalism is not simply a type of media outlet. It is also a concept, an idea. It focuses on management and reporters who are close their community and have an intimate relationship with those they cover (Byerly, 1961; Lauterer, 2006; Reader, 2012). Community journalism managers are still determining how to deal with declining readership, yet they have been somewhat protected because of the locational isolation and lack of competition in the markets many cover…

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  • Citizen Journalism In Social Media

    Citizen journalism is unregulated by the journalistic values, so the most notable risk for citizen journalism is the ethical questions it may raise. Matt Sienkiewicz (2014) claims that the value of amateur journalism is divorced from the journalistic virtues such as impartiality or accuracy. News organizations are increasingly obsessed with the competition for speed and reporting promptly, leaving them with limited time to make decision (Rosenberg and Feldman, 2008, cited in Patching and Hirst,…

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  • The Importance Of Social Media In Journalism

    digital platforms as the basis for their articles as news travels at a rapid pace online. However, online journalists clash with the journalists who choose to work in a traditional manner as social media allows anyone with an opinion to partake in journalism. Journalists who use sources from social media in their stories, such as Twitter, face backlash from their sources and readers if journalists do not properly respect the privacy of those who are being used in articles. The main issue that…

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  • Hard Knock Of Commerce Essay

    Hard Knocks of Commerce There is a group of various reporters going from the east to the west coast to report on the hardships due to division in this country, weather that is education, healthcare, or immigration. The group is known as Crossing the Divide, or XtheDivide (social media handle). Eric Bosco is one of the bloggers that report for Crossing the Divide, and he wrote a article about hardships and the reputation of The High School of Commerce in Massachusetts. The school has various…

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  • Ecological Balance Research Paper

    If this was an article you were reading in a magazine, would you flip past it? You would, wouldn’t you? I don’t blame you. Who would want to read some boring ‘save the earth’ article by some tree hugger when the alternative was reading about Kim Kardashian’s latest Twitter beef. I mean we are all fully aware that the ecosystem is really important and yeah littering is bad and you wouldn’t do it but in all honesty it wouldn’t make that much of a difference, would it? Arbitrary thoughts for an…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Non Celebrity Journalism

    than ever, but the demand for scandal and controversy also seems to be increasing more rapidly. I can understand why stories about celebrities may appeal to journalists and the public alike – it’s hard to ignore a good scandal. However celebrity journalism can be a little more threatening than just keeping up on Kim Kardashian’s latest nude selfie-scandal – beneath the surface lies something a little more sinister – the issue of placing celebrity spin in non-celebrity news. Using celebrity…

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  • Effect Of Social Media On Sports

    CONTENTS PAGE Sub-headings I. Introduction 2  Purpose  Thesis  Premise of the outcome II. Performance and psychological 2 1.1 Challenging performance 1.2 Mental energy 1.3 Coming of age III. Communication 3 2.1 Sports communication 2.2 Bridging the gap IV. Identity 4 3.1 Commodification of sports by the media 3.2 Integration of media in sports 3.3 Socialization of media-sport industry V. Media benefits 6 4.1 Effective ways of using social media for sports Summary 7 Reference…

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