Objectivity in journalism faces more questions in the age of new media

Dec 31

Objectivity in journalism faces more questions in the age of new media

Objectivity is one of those cardinal principles of journalism which denotes that journalists and media houses should be impartial in their reporting and coverage. There has been a long standing debate on whether journalists and media houses are indeed or can be objective. Many media houses will insist and market themselves as the most of objective newspaper, radio...

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What is this fuss about citizen Journalism and citizen journalists all about?

Dec 29

What is this fuss about citizen Journalism and citizen journalists all about?

  One of the key buzz words of today’s news and information cycle is “citizen journalism”. I have for years now been hearing people talk about citizen journalism. Some people are doing work calling themselves citizen journalists. I have even seen research efforts exploring citizen Journalism and the work of so called citizen journalists. This trend of citizen...

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