By John Herbert
From this e-book, you'll achieve an realizing of the worldwide media market - the know-how, the gamers and the problems. The function of reports firms, assets and networks are explored masking the problems of ethics, worldwide media possession and keep watch over. learn the way reporters are utilizing the net and examine even more moderen how one can gather and speak info. crucial analyzing for latest practicing and trainee newshounds. John Herbert examines the worldwide setting within which newshounds function and describes the most recent know-how and its effect on print, broadcast and on-line journalism practice.Practising international Journalism is a different assessment of the career, offering a comparative learn of journalism perform all over the world. Case reports are drawn from Europe, Australia, the Asia Pacific, South Asia, China, Africa and the Americas. overseas case reviews evaluate journalism perform worldwideUnderstand how the electronic revolution is affecting journalism globallyGain first hand wisdom from a well known professional during this box
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This assumes that individuals have small satellite antennae to receive these transmissions. This is of course against the law in many countries. The global media in which journalists now have to operate brings with it more problems. Information is now a commodity, to be bought and sold. News sells, as never before. Of course it has always sold; that’s how newspapers have survived down the centuries. But in this new digital, information age that is increasingly global in its outlook, the commercialization of news-gathering and dissemination becomes a far greater problem than ever before.
Galtung and Ruge concluded their paper thus: ‘It should be emphasised . . ’ (Galtung and Ruge, 1965: 84–85). 33 CHAPTER 2 Global news flow For Bell (1991: 155), Galtung and Ruge’s paper formed ‘the foundation study of news values’. ’ Many of the factors which Galtung and Ruge find as predisposing foreign events to become news – elite persons, negative events, unexpectedness-within-predictability, cultural proximity – are also to be found in Shakespeare’s plays. (Tunstall, 1970: 21) More than three decades after the publication of their paper, Galtung and Ruge’s study remains the ‘most influential explanation’ of news values (McQuail, 1994: 270).
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