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    Journalism in the United States has changed over time by newspapers to phones, television, and to computers. “The media are very important.” “How would you know what’s going on without TV, radio, magazines, the internet, or newspapers.” The changes has affected society because of all of the devices and internet. Journalism has changed from newspapers to television. Back in the 1900s there was only is newspaper but, now there is news in television and on your phone, and the computer. Now day’s…

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    responsible for the section of China domestic news providing more news stories about hot social issues and key issues on people’s livelihood. Maybe it is a tough work for others, but it is the career I love. And I chose to step into the field of journalism, largely because of my experience in college. I majored in English at university, which helps me not only lay a solid foundation in the four skills, but widen my perspectives. And the Beijing Language and Culture University has provided me…

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    extent has changed the way journalists do their tasks. Today, formats and techniques in online journalism work are very diverse and still developing. There are some trends brought up by the practitioners such as interactive multimedia, live blogging reports and digital newspapers. Amongst these new media practices, there is one journalistic format that is known in journalism studies as ‘curation journalism’. The term curation is usually connected to the activities in collecting or exhibiting…

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    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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    philosophy. Owners of media outlets can and do dictate the content as to not offend advertisers or to promote the company itself. A perfect example of this currently happening today is at Fox News. The 2004 documentary Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch 's War on Journalism by filmmaker Robert Greenwald criticizes the Fox News Channel, and its owner, Rupert Murdoch, claiming that the channel is used…

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    tweets which include news content, the posts of comments and UGC are all related to citizen journalism. Such kind of contents generated by citizens can be included in mainstream media coverage (Kurtz, 2003), assisted by reliable verification procedures that are used to…

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    My interest in journalism stems from my role as editor of my school’s publication, the Boxer Roundup, a page of articles written by students about what is going on in our high school. The page is published every Thursday in our city’s newspaper, The Enterprise. I have been writing for the Boxer Roundup since sophomore year and have been an editor since last summer. By writing for and editing the Boxer Roundup I aim to highlight the positives that take place in my city and to help erase the view…

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    Journalism Level Three Essay By Fynn Rackett, Media Production, Ms Crothers In this essay, I will discuss the changes and advancements in journalism throughout the years, the modern role of a journalist in modern Australian society and the importance of the ethics that journalists abide by. The role of a journalist has changed and progressed massively over the years, and in the following text I will…

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    The Public: The Premise of Journalism. Journalism can be summed up simply as the profession of producing a reliable source of news to inform the public. The great journalist Joseph Pulitzier stressed that news is a “combination of entertainment, information and public service.” Public service may be the most important element. As Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron stated in his commencement speech at CUNY, “our job is to give the public the information it needs and deserves to know.”…

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    Nonetheless, given journalism is itself a product of culture, it is not solely responsible for these cultural misrepresentations. Instead, systemic financial, corporate, and governmental factors influence journalistic frameworks, thereby making issues circular, and inherently difficult to overcome. This is especially evident in environmental media coverage. Bacon and Nash (2012, p.250) determine media often, “…take a structural position that is tightly aligned with the interests of the coal…

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