This scenario is very much applicable in a government sector, but not to the citizen journalism who always look for freedom of speech in their content. What is Citizen Journalism? • As John Kelly (2009) defines that citizen journalism is a new form of journalism where sharing a concept which is everyone can be a publisher. Is a public (non-professional citizen) who playing an active role in doing the things that only professional journalist used to do: witnessing, reporting, reporting, capturing, writing and disseminating the news and relevant information with transparency requires. • By using electronic devices with multimedia element capability, it enables every citizen journalism to become a producer of content and allow them to disseminating news through writing, speech and other forms of communication platform.
Clearly, the intention behind the use of rhetoric distinguishes the quality of the journalist. In summary, it has been made clear after thorough analysis of Des Houghton's article, "Why does the Left support this avalanche of paedophile filth," that there exist journalists whose exact intentions are to conserve inequality and push the agendas of Rupert Murdoch under the façade of legitimate news. This finding holds disastrous implications for the democratic society of Australia, as it highlights that journalists and modern media outlets are failing their duties as providers of newsworthy material that is authentic, unbiased and
Being an online journalist does not mean you are only a citizen journalist as there are professional journalists or writers that have their own blogs where they write, post and share stories. “There are different ways of classifying things. When it comes to citizen journalism, you are not classifying journalism in terms of the medium. You are classifying it according to the person who writes. But when you say online journalism, it’s not about the person who writes, it’s about the way it is written, the way it is posted or shared,” Ms. Deocareza said.
In order for a journalist to have a good story they would need the particular skills that they get through training but what citizen journalism allows is that it shows us that it’s not to say that an ordinary person is unable to tell the story to the audience. (Anon., n.d.)
Sports Journalism is a form of specialisation with its own rules and conditions. Whether one is a sports writer, reporter or sub-editor, the basic principles of reporting remain the same. Within Sports Journalism, there are sub categories like Football, Basketball, Cricket, Hockey, Tennis, etc. It is pleasant for the sports writer to be seated in the best seats and watching the match without paying any admission fee but he is unable to assume the carefree attitude of a fan. For him watching sporting event is an absorbing as well as a taxing affair.
In order for journalist to have or report on Good stories they must present multiple viewpoints and perspectives and they must examine the religion. 5 ethical principles of journalism, that are important for religion reporting is Human rights, Defence of the public’s right to information, Respect for truth and accuracy of information, Respect for universal values and diversity of cultures, Avoid self-interest. The News reporters that reported on the Paris Terrorist Attack did not infringe on the public’s right to know about the attack If the reporters or the journalists from these two news sites were religiously and culturally trained they would have used the concept of Religious Journalism which reports on information that rarely surfaces in secular press like for example, what was the reason behind ISIS Attack Paris? These types of journalists would look at both
Journalist’s product becomes rationalized and predictable as stories are instantly produced. This provided no room for journalists to reflect their products. This indicates that work is fragmented and narrowed the journalist’s goal is simply to create as many products as they can in a tight and specialized environment. Journalists are helpless in the newsroom as the bosses’ power are over them and have to be quiet about it. They may not be able change their occupations because of the lack of portable
Do Journalists welcome Interactivity from readers? The aim of this paper is to explore whether, through the development of the internet, the increase in interactivity between news organisations, journalists and consumers has had an effect on news content and the way in which journalists create that content. Why is interactivity so Important? The arrival internet and exponential rise in people taking in mobile news over the last few years has eliminated the distance between traditional news and the general public allowing for far more interaction between the content creator and their audience. This coupled with the rise in news outlets available to the public, generating fierce competition for audiences, has forced news agencies to offer increased
Materials obtained by means of tapping should not be published The journalists must keep secret the sources of confidential information Unbiased journalism does not mean that the journalists should abstain from expressing their personal opinions. However, the reader should be able to tell the difference between the articles stating facts and materials expressing someone 's opinion or interpretation of events. It is not allowed to hide publicly important information or distort the facts. When stating facts, commenting on them or entering a discussion on a certain issue, journalists should stick to the ethics and principles of a dialogue and express respect for the discussion partner. The journalist should not photograph citizens in private environment without their consent.
Professional Journalists or Immoral Liars By Harry Fenwick The media is a mass distributor of information that is perceived by the public in such a way that the journalist wants the target audience to understand the article. Often in the media, the journalists can twist the truth and outright lie about a situation. This is done in order to benefit them or the company at which they work. These distortions of the truth are exploited in politics when an event happens in parliament, or the personal lives of the politicians. With the recent events concerning Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion, the media has sprung into action and journalists from every news outlet have given their opinion on the morals and values of Joyce.