Jour 190 Final Exam Topics

Jour 190 Final Exam Topics - newspapers: a) loss of...

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Jour 190 Final Exam Topics 1. The “elements of journalism” and why they matter. You will recall that we posted them and discussed them in detail. This is the list from the book by Kovach and Rosenstiel. (We do not expect you to have read the book, of course.) 2. The “Iron Core” and hierarchy of journalism as set forth in the book by Alex Jones and as posted and discussed in class. (Again, we don’t expect you to have read the book.) 3. The debate over the “federal shield law.” 4. Standards for editors and reporters to use in evaluating “leaks” and “anonymous sources.” 5. The ways in which new technology is destroying the old business model of newspapers. 6. For readers, what are the benefits of using the Internet for news? 7. The difference between the way that Russ Stanton (and the Los Angeles Times) and Mo nica Lozano (and La Opinion) look at stories that they are considering for the front page of their publications. Notes 5. the ways in which new technology is destroying the old business model of
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Unformatted text preview: newspapers: a) loss of classified advertisement b) readers are now going somewhere else advertisers cant monotize the ads on news websites people reading news are more than ever, but they now go to news websites and dont pay 6. benefits of using the Internet for (news) readers a) amount of information provided. E.g. newspapers can only contain so many pictures at a time, but if you search for pictures on the internet therere numerous out there. e.g. in newspapers, you can probably only see a couple of pictures of White House state dinner crashers, but if you search for pictures of the crashers online, you get to see so many photos out there right away. b) lets citizens have their own voice. Internets interactive. Everyone can publicize their own stories and comment on others stories 7. Russ Stanton vs. Monica Lozano Lazano thinks more about her Hispanic readers....
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