Journalism : a beginner's guide Sarah Niblock
By: Niblock, Sarah.Material type: BookSeries: Oneworld beginners' guides. Publisher: Oxford : Oneworld Publications, 2012Description: 160 pages ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781851687039.Subject(s): JournalismDDC classification: 070.4
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1 From muck-raking to multi-tasking: a brief history of news-making 2 The news-making process 3 Global news for local audiences 4 'Like penguins round an ice-hole': the law and ethics of journalism 5 'We're all content providers now': journalism and technology 6 Journalism during conflict 7 What is the future for journalism?
Journalism today is moving faster than ever before. With web 2.0, blogging, huge media conglomerates, 24-hours news networks, and tight legal frameworks, what is the purpose of journalism in the digital age? With priorities shifting, do journalists still strive for truth or are they solely concerned with "infotainment" -- driven by sales and ratings? This captivating guide explains the history of journalism, its everyday workings, and the ethical dilemmas that modern journalists face. Sarah Niblock is Head of Journalism at Brunel University, UK. As a journalist, she has written for the Independent, the Guardian, the Telegraph, and Cosmopolitan Magazine