Pages tagged with Journalism

A guide for journalists who would like to create their own music bot
Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc of The Philippines leading broadsheet daily pass away. She was known to topple two presidency that of late Ferdinand Marcos and Joseph Ejercito Estrada through her tireless pursuit of truth and journalism integrity.
Welcome to the EENDAG puzzle! Our story will come together short bit by short bit until a great epic is revealed...
This article will celebrate the first female secretary general for the Federation of Journalists.
Of late the Indian Media has been reporting cases of rape frequently. Starved of news and software to sustain them, these 24x7 channels have been giving unnecessary hype to these cases.
A mini review on the controversial film "the interview"
Being accurate and reliable in writing are essential skills, especially for writers who are looking to get paid.
Campus journalism has been continuously the loudest voice of the students within school. It gives opportunities for those who are willing to get improved in writing, and it provides space for the announcements of the current trends inside the school through the product of continuous t...
Chris Hedges writes acerbic criticism of the American establishment and the folly of its actions in a penetrating and insightful manner that no one else comes close to achieving.
One thing that we can all agree on is that the world of writing has changed forever. Gone are the days where only a few privileged writers are published. Today anyone can create their own Blog, yet quality is still a problem. For any 'professional' writer quality is important whether ...
Amnesty International petitioned to accelerate pressure for the immediate release of newsman Abdulla Elshamy, now on hunger strike for over hundred days and in critical condition
The Unheralded Birth of the Furlough: Underpaid journalists were all reading a McMemo from the McCorporate McHigher-ups. The memo said that every last one of them was getting docked one day's pay before Christmas.
.They're impractical. They're too biased one way or the other. The audience is too old. The Internet is killing them. Cable news is whipping them. Americans just don't like to read. All of these reasons are given, and although they all have some merit, when it comes down to it, they'r...
The downsizing of newsrooms began with the elimination of full-time photographers, and was the first step by corporate-owned McPapers toward the mass suicide they are now committing.
This article throws some light on the various ways to earn through freelancing sites.
Citizen journalism explained. Would you consider yourself a journalist, even without a professional qualification in the field?
First practical experience in the journalistic world. Well here it is my experiences and learnings.
Have you ever considered a career in journalism? This article will explain the steps involved to obtain a career in news media as well as information about the industry.
As part of the culminating activities, under the SPFL, the representative was one of the contestant-participants in NSPC with regard to the showcase of talents in the use of a 2nd foreign language like French.
We thank our mentors for giving us a rich history by example. And we are proud to list here to acknowledge them one by one. According to Atty. Pachico Seares’ statement, “The student publication’s role is to be an active medium of information and change.”
The Inverted Pyramid is a style of writing that was the offspring of the technological age. Some historian of journalism attribute the inverted pyramid style of writing to the invention of the telegraph and the need to keep the cost of sending a news wire down. Other historian attribu...
What is Citizen Journalism? Why has it had such in impact on news over the last decade?
“News is what is new; it’s what’s happening. Look it up in the dictionary and you’ll find news described as a report of recent events on previously unknown information.” (Potter, D. 2008 Handbook of Independent Journalism, US) Discuss at least three new theories that prove ...
A journalist buys a book in a second-hand book store and discovers a murder confession tucked within its pages.
Music is Life by Carlos Robles of the Phineas Banning High School Journalism class in Wilmington, California.
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