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    The Important Role of News Reporters

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    The Important Role of News Reporters Every morning when I get up, the very first thing I do is turn on the TV--but not for cartoons or MTV. It has become a habit for me to watch the news in the morning. I feel the need to know what is going on because I know that no matter where the news happens, 99 percent of the time it will, directly or indirectly, affect me or people I care about. The broadcast media has become a part of my life and the lives of almost everyone in the Western world. We may

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    The Career of Journalist

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    all worth the while. Reporters, correspondents, and broadcast news analysts keep the public up to date on what is happening internationally, nationally, and locally (“Reporters” para.1). They tell the news for newspapers, magazines, websites, television, and radio (“Reporters” para 1). Journalism is a field wide open with careers in print journalism , broadcasting, online journalism, and industry and corporate communications (“Becoming” para.1). While doing these jobs reporters must listen to their

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    to the novelist and tracing the imprint of their work, it appears the dominate voice echoing through the pages of their novel is life experience. Two such novels that trace their imprint from life experience are Sister Carrie by former newspaper reporter Theodore Dreiser, and The Day of the Locust by screenwriter Nathanael West. In obvious ways Sister Carrie shares its subject matter with the newspaper. As it is well-known, the model for Sister Carrie’s main character is Dreiser’s sister Emma, who

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    This aim is coupled with a need to create journalism as a field that is as respectable as official as law and medicine. In 1904, Pulitzer pushed for the emergence of journalism schools to breed professional, objective reporters. In creating education, he envisioned journalism to become professionalized and to ultimately raise the standards of the field. However some critics were against the push for professionalism and stronger deliverance of objectivity in the field.

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    Journalism Law

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    1. Why is it important to submit fair and balanced reports? Why should reporters give the right of reply in reports on council matters? How many sources should their stories have? It’s essential to present all sides of an argument fairly; giving all parties involved equal opportunity. A well-balanced reporter does not take sides when there is a dispute. They represent the interests of the readers and listeners, not the interests of the reporter’s own views, the politicians or whom the round involves

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    Argumentative Essay On Journalism

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    about events happening all around us and share it with the world. Anything from world crises to stocks is their job to report. There are so many different kinds of journalists that deal with many different things. Anywhere from sportscasters to reporters are considered journalists. This job ranges from so many options to write about. People show off their writing skills everyday whether it is through a newspaper or a television screen. Journalism is a great profession to go into if you like to write

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    Dan Rather

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    Before I begin, I'd like to thank the person who made it possible for me to be here with you all today. President Bill Clinton. By scheduling his trip to Moscow just so, I had enough of a pause between my trips to Japan and Oklahoma city and Russia that it was possible to make it to Hartford today. I'd also like to thank John Boyer. Somehow he got it into his head that I like Twain -- which I do -- and that I might know something about him -- which I don't. At least I am honest about it. However

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    people when they ran out of actual crime related incidents about which to to exaggera... ... middle of paper ... ... to ridiculously invent a sensational crime where there clearly is no crime, Poe may very well be suggesting that the penny press reporters of the nineteenth century were not to be trusted because they, too, were nothing more than outright liars about common everyday incidents. In this light, it can be said that Poe's short story "The Man of the Crowd", is a story meant to suggest that

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    Like citizen journalists, there are both advantages and disadvantages of professional journalists’. The disadvantages of professional news will be presented. For example, if we refer to “Free for All” a book, the author says that “the challenge for newspaper facing a future dominated by the Web has been that it was [insufficient] to transplant content, [associations], and business models from old media to new.” Previously, writers working in newsrooms delivered news coverage, and people in general

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    Elements of Journalism

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    Every day journalists face the stereotype of being ruthless, untrustworthy, and down right wrong. However, what people don't realize is that in the beginning this was not the case and even in today's society journalists are making a solid effort to fight that stereotype that so many bad journalists have left. One of the ways that journalists are trying to fight back is through instituting the nine elements of journalism: journalism's first obligation is to the truth, its first loyalty is to citizens

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