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With the media world buzzing about the fake news engine that is Cambridge Analytica, news about a new Google initiative to support quality journalism might easily be overlooked. The multi-faceted investment covers everything from website analytics tuned to the needs of publishers to machine learning tools that identify potential subscribers.
The newspaper industry has always been cyclical, and the industry has weathered previous troughs. Television's arrival in the 1950s began the decline of newspapers as most people's source of daily news.But the explosion of the Internet in the 1990s increased the range of media choices available to the average reader while further cutting into newspapers' dominance as the source of news.
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Vadim Lavrusik is a new media student at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He is @lavrusik on Twitter and blogs at Lavrusik.com. Though there are countless articles and blog ...
Interviewing Principles . Reporters conduct two kinds of interviews: · News interview: The purpose is to gather information to explain an idea event or situation in the news. · Profile: The focus is on an individual. A news peg often is used to justify the profile. For effective interviews, reporters prepare carefully, and they ask questions that induce the source to talk freely. Questions ...
The Onion is an American satirical digital media company and newspaper organization that publishes articles on international, national, and local news. Based in Chicago, the company originated as a weekly print publication on August 29, 1988 in Madison, Wisconsin. In the spring of 1996, The Onion began publishing online. In 2007, the organization began publishing satirical news audio and video ...
PR is increasingly acting as its own media outlet by publishing content on corporate websites and social media channels. Although many experts disapprove of the development, PR pros are now superseding journalists as content creators.
Editor’s note: Download a PDF of this report on Academic Commons. Read Damian Radcliffe’s and Christopher Ali’s sister report, a survey of 400 local journalists, here.. Key Findings: 1 We need to talk about the experience of local newspapers in a more nuanced manner.
If you ever sat through Journalism 101, you know all about the Five Ws and one H.For the rest of you, you may find this concept helpful when preparing interview questions or writing factual news stories.