What Journalism Is? International News System
Journalism can be said the pyblic eye. Journalism reports to the public, conveying to it information, analysis, comment and entertainment, equally purposing to represent the public, to speak for it the public arena.
At the same time journalism is in the business of representing to the public “the reality”. Yet many commentators have drawn close comparisons between journalism and fiction (izdoma). It is only a first sight a curiosity that journalists refer to the reports they write, edit or present. In an article “The nature of aesthetic experience” published in the International Journal of Ethics (1926) George Herbert Mead defined two models of journalism – the information model and story model, stating that the reporter is generally sent out to get a story, not facts.
Journalists are not always happy to be described as storytellers.
The job of serious journalists is to provide information and analysis and not to turn news into entertainment.
Larger is of the view that the world of fact and the world of fiction are bound more closely together than broadcasters. The implication here is that journalism has a storytelling function which has much to do with VALUES, telling stories about who we are, how we become what we are and should become.…
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