Journalists are those who collect and disseminate information on people, current events, issues and trends. Their work is acknowledged as journalism. Journalists include reporters, editors, as well as visual journalists.
What is an editorial?
An editorial is an article in a newspaper or magazine (or television or radio) that expresses the editor's personal bias.it is exactly what it sounds like that one thing that is written and read for is an editorial.....written by Jacob H...Editorial is not like sub-editor. It is a place in newspaper for reporter to give their idea.
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What are the qualities of a good reporter?
A good reporter should, first and most importantly, know how to listen and to observe. Second, a reporter needs to be curious about people and topics. Third, a reporter must be able to write, without bias or opinion (unless doing an opinion piece). Reporters must follow the ethics of journalism even if those convictions cause discomfort or inconvenience. Many reporters have gone to jail rather than to reveal a source, for example. Thus, reporters must also be confidants to their sources in a sense.
Are Jo Brand and John Sergeant brother and sister?
There seems to be unclarity regarding whether comedienne Jo Brand and journalist John Sergeant are brother and sister. It has been discussed and joked about on various shows, such as QI. However, they are not related. Both were born in different areas of the country, have different parents, different siblings and different educations. They are friends but are not related.
How do you become a video game journalist?
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What is a vampires drudge?
A drudge is like a blood slave. generally, but some times not, a willing human to give blood to their vampire "master". and they can be like friends or as servant and master. Drudges can be controlled by their master, but the level of control depends on how strong of will is the human. For more information read the series "The chronicles of Vladimir Tod". Hope this helps.
Asked in Publishing, Journalists
Should mass media be controlled by government?
What is role of electronic media in journalism?
Mass media denotes a section of the media specifically designed to reach a large audience. The term was coined in the 1920s with the advent of nationwide radio networks, mass-circulation newspapers and magazines. Media experts, senior journalists and academicians at a seminar on Wednesday observed that electronic media especially television and radio played revolutionary role in bringing social, political and economic changes and development in the world during last 70 years. The Journalism & Electronic Media Subject Guide presents selected print, electronic, and Internet resources relevant for completing research at the Libraries. Resources are also useful for learning more about the field in general.
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Who were the Muckrakers?
Muckraker: "A man that could look no way but downward" Muckrakers were investigative journalists or writers who exposed the corruption or evils of society in the Progressive era. Some muckrakers were progressives who sought reform and change; for example, Jacob Riis wrote on the deplorable conditions in housing with the intent to change conditions for immigrants. Similarly, Upton Sinclair exposed the meatpacking process which prompted change in the form of the Pure Food and Drug Act. Other muckrakers were just interested in selling a sensationalist story to the American public. The most popular aspects of society subject to the muckraker's scrutiny were crime, graft, housing, scandals, labor, monopolies, population density, treatment of immigrants, treatment of women, and quality of food. Notable muckrakers include Jacob Riis, Upton Sinclair, Ida Tarbell, and Helen Hunt Jackson. When Theodore Roosevelt first coined the term, "muckraker" had a negative connotation and was intended to be a smear - one shouldn't concentrate on the "muck" of society. (The quote: "the man who could look no way but downward" was part of the description Roosevelt offered in 1906). The muckrakers, however, used the term positively and as a badge of honor, and investigative journalism was borne. The term is most frequently used to describe progressive-era reformers, but the word can be used to describe contemporary progressives, people such as Michael Moore, Eric Schlosser, and Ralph Nader. For more information and a list of famous muckrakers, see the related links below. --- * The Muckrakers is also the name of a rock band from Louisville, Kentucky that formed in 1997. A+Ls---> An author who exposed government corruption
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What happened to Maria Menounos on Entertainment Tonight?
What is Freedom of the Press?
What type of binder do you put print materials in when creating your portfolio?
Being printed material, I would avoid a 3-ring binder and opt for a folder preferable with an inside lefthand pocket to retain copies of your resume, a place for your business card on the outside of this pocket, be sure to carry spares in there too and on the righthand side a clamp to hold down a pad of paper to make notes on. Two pens WITH lids can be clipped onto the pocket. Make sure the pens work before you go in there!