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A COLLECECTİVE MEDIA FOR BETTER SOCIETY With the advent of TV, it is thought that radio would lose its importance and disappear in time. However in contrast to common belief the manufacture of radio did not reduce, furthermore, today ,it has still been used in many areas. Because both TV and radio have unique features so they cannot give harm and replace each others. Now, participatory media is thought an alternative to traditional mainstream media by some people, like TV were radio. However , participatory media is more modern and technologically developed media which audiences can play an active role and have freedom in journalistic area and traditional media provides audiences more credible and accurate information which is supplied by trained journalists, therefore this two types of media complete and strengthen each others weakness to build a better society that people can express themselves freely and everyone is treated fairly and equally although traditional mainstream media is moderated by one source and is profit-oriented and participatory media has stil some privacy and credibility problems. Although traditional mainstream media has always been asked to be managed and controlled by governments or media bosses , many people still rely on traditional media for the current news and facts about what is important and what they should be aware of. People trust the media as an authority for news information and entertainment. Because, according to many people, journalists working in traditional media are more educated and experienced than online journalists. ‘News and information is gathered and disseminated by trained professionals that use rigorous methods of verification to ensure that the info is reliable and trustworth... ... middle of paper ... ... and information is compiled and confirmed by professionals. Therefore, both media should be benefit from each other , complete , reinforce and strengthen eachothers weakness for a more peaceful society. Works Cited ‘News and information is gathered and disseminated by trained professionals that use rigorous methods of verification to ensure that the info is reliable and trustworthy. The media instution develops a certain credibility based on the success of this process (bowman and willis According to Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism there are the increasing dangers to democracy when multi-national corporations take control of the public right to know. According to the essay ‘The Impact of New Media on Traditional Mainstream Mass Media’ participatory media ‘is still grappling with privacy issues ,content accuracy , reliability and other related concerns.’

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