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    Priscilla Badillo 5/28/2013 Heather Jarvis Journalism‚ the practice of investigating and reporting events‚ issues and trends to the mass audiences of print‚ broadcast and online media such as newspapers‚ magazines and books‚ radio and television stations and networks‚ and blogs and social and mobile media. To attain my journalism diploma I plan to attend Columbia university where I will be able to excel and succeed‚ there are many writing style such as‚ News writing: the prose writing style

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    engaged in presenting factual events‚ opinions‚ features‚ and other topics which suites the taste of the public. These are usually written‚ visual‚ or audio materials intended for dissemination through public media. This is what we commonly call as‚ Journalism. A widespread issue with regards to this field has been concerning a huge number of people. Many had been questioning the totality of a show‚ an article‚ a film‚ or the like‚ whether it is accurate and precise or whether it is edited. Others are

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    Journalism is a method of inquiry and literary style used in social and cultural representation. It serves the purpose of playing the role of a public service machinery in the dissemination and analysis of news and information.[1] Journalistic integrity is based on the principles of truth‚ accuracy and factual knowledge. Journalistic mediums can vary diversely‚ from print publishing to electronic broadcasting‚ and from newspaper to television channels‚ as well as to the web‚ and to digital technology

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    What are the Essential Features of Effective Communication? 1. Simple language : The language used in the communication should be simple and understandable. 2. Clearness : The communicator should be clear in his mind about the objective of his communication. There should not be any ambiguity in communication. 3. Adequacy of information: It should contain adequate information and should be complete in all respect; otherwise it will not serve the purpose of communication. 4. Proper medium of communication:

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    Date: February 28‚ 2013 Writing for Journalism Question: Several aspiring journalists were recruited by a media house. On their first morning on the job‚ their editor told them what he expects of them. About their journalism‚ he said: “Think of the lead as a baited hook that lures the reader‚ listener and viewer into the story. Think economy. Imagine you are writing the lead while seated on a hot stove. Make each word count and include no extra words.” What is the value of this instruction about

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    giving us the opinions of the uneducated‚ journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community” -Oscar Wilde “The whole notion of journalism being an institution whose fundamental purpose is to educate and inform and even‚ one might say‚ elevate‚ has altered under commercial pressure‚ perhaps‚ into a different kind of purpose‚ which is to divert and distract and entertain” -Tom Stoppard “The print magazine and print journalism industry is obviously in a great deal of

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    Journalism Ethics | | | | | Iram shahzadi | 1/11/2010 | | Journalism 2 Types Of journalism 2 Journalism Ethics 3 Seek Truth and Report It 3 Minimize Harm 3 Act Independently 4 Be Accountable 4 Do journalists follow journalism ethics during reporting? 5 Reference 6 Journalism A discipline of collecting‚ verifying‚ reporting and analyzing information gathered regarding current affairs‚ including trends‚ issues and people is called journalism

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    Journalism for future writers Course Code : English 133 Credit : 3 units Course Title : Campus Journalism Course Description: The course is designed to develop skills and apply principles and strategies in writing various pars of a campus paper. Objectives and Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of the course‚ the students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate competence in writing news stories‚ editorials‚ special features‚ headlines‚ design layout

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    Introduction to Journalism

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    Introduction to Journalism What it Means Journalism as a craft‚ a profession and even as a trade or business is over twocenturies old. It was made possible by the coming together of a number of tech nologies as well as several social‚ political and economic developments. Them a i n t e c h n o l o g i e s t h a t f a c i l i t a t e d t h e d e v e l o p m e n t o f l a r g e s c a l e p r i n t i n g a n d distribution of print material were the printing press. Journalism is the art and science

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    extent to which the key economic/technological challenges facing political journalism in the UK democracy are undermining the ability of the quality news media to play the role demanded of them within competitive and participatory democracies (as defined by Strömbäck). The quality of the Uk’s new’s media is often scrutinised and mocked for their unashamed bias political opinions‚ going back to the fundamentals of journalism and the diversion of right and left wing politics‚ it was inevitable that

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