Daniel Carter T.A. - Daniel Stencel JOUR 2601 12/2/07 Dispatches From The Edge, Anderson Cooper, New York: Harper, 2006. 222 pages. Anderson Cooper's Dispatches From The Edge is an account of what Cooper has seen in his journey provided by the task o
From broadcast to the Web
Due Friday to your friendly teaching assistant!
What's the news?
Rockies won yesterday, so did BoSox Cow-human embryo lived for 3 days? Jesse Ventura has a new book Bush at last NATO
What is Journalism? And what is it for? One definition of a journalist is a person who can run swiftly over the next hill, accurately gather information, and engagingly retell it. Human beings have a basic need for what
Journalism Week 7 Notes
Who do we work for?
Elements: Journalists first loyalty is to citizens.
In other words, we should be working for the public
Minimum wage in 1960s?
WSJ Newsroom staffing has fallen significantly
Even 20 years ago
Journalism Mid-Term Study Guide
Know journalisms first obligation and first loyalty (According to the Elements textbook).
First obligation: Truth
First Loyalty: Citizens
Know who Walter Lippmann was and what his theories and criticisms of journalism were.
What is communication? (Definition, characteristics, implications)
Communication definition: the process whereby humans collectively create and regulate social reality
Characteristics: process, collectively, create, regulate, social reality
National Security: During times of war free speech is limited in order to protect
The Golden Mean: This ethical principle states that you should try to take the choice that is in
the middle of the road
Theory of Interlocking Public: According
Journalism Mid Term #2 Study Guide
Review Liz Skewes ethics presentation.
Understand what an ethical dilemma is.
A complex situation that often involves an apparent mental conflict between moral
imperatives, in which to obey one would result in transgress
The Value of Bearing Witness by Carl Ganter:
-Journalist at a Thailand protest, wanting to show others how you can help others.
I believe we all have a duty to look around us, to see whats good with the world, to
observe whats wrong. And sharing t
The print biz
The good and the bad
What’s the news?
Opening day, go Cubbies! (and Rox, too!)
Higher student fees for CU students 5%
Freedom of speech case in Utah
CU student killed in Mexico on break
Wed. meeting on Campus Press
What's the news?!?!
What do you read/watch most often online?
A) B) C) D) E) news org sites blogs you tube facebook or myspace All of the above equally
Small newspapers still do only that.
Who gets in a news story?
The usual suspects?
Do you have class
• E-mail me!
• There’s a show put on by program council
What’s the news?
Hillary takes Pa.
Tuition is going up, up ,
Cubs are in town, Yankees won
What is journalism?
And what is it for?
Mitt wins Michigan, Hill wins sorta Patriots play Chargers sunday; GB v Giants OJ's bond went up; talking to witnesses Rep. Doug Bruce kicked a photog Al Queda cyberterrorist Rice in Iraq/B
Principles of Journalism
Sandra Fish lectures Recitations:
Morgan Heim Alex Ingersoll Yu Miao Valerie Gleaton Heather Mierzejewski
Goals of the class
The role of journalism in a democracy How news is defined, and how journalis
Norway: Cultural Characteristics Location: Norway is the most northern country in Europe, next to Sweden in the Scandinavian Peninsula. This unique country has more than 12.000 miles of coastline and is slightly larger than New Mexico. Despite its re
Jenna Levesque JOUR 2601 February 12, 2008 First Post: Campus News Audience: Current and potential CU students and faculty of CU Story: A story about Bruce Benson, whom is the sole candidate running for CU's next president. He is a controversial cand
Jenna Levesque Jour 2601 March 29, 2008 Hiroshima By John Hersey
In the fearsome and dark years of World War two, six survivors retell their horrific experience with the tragic bombing of Hiroshima in a pioneering novel by John Hersey. The esteemed
Exam 2 Study Guide Principles of Journalism Week 6 Monday, February 18: Verification and Truth, Class notes, Elements, Chapter 2; Journalism, pp. 112-115; Chapter 17 What is a journalist's primary mission? o To provide citizens with the information
Jenna Levesque JOUR 2601, March 12, 2008 2nd Post Assignment Have you always dreamt about being a big freakin' deal, but just didn't know how to go about it? Well you're in luck! Several CU students are putting together this year's first "Big Freakin
Jenna Levesque 810-13-5548 American Press Freedom
January 24, 2008
Upon seeing the United States of America's ranking for press freedom on the Reporters Without Borders website I was shocked to find out that the country that overtly prides itself o
Accommodation decision making style: a style of decision making in which less articulate or
less dominating members of the family give in to those who hold the power or are more
Centralized network: a family with a single memb