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    • Journalism

    • Journalism is the production and distribution of reports on the interaction of events, facts, ideas, and people that are the "news of the day" and that informs society to at least some degree. The word applies to the occupation (professional or not), the methods of gathering information, and the organizing literary sty ... Read »


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    • Outline of journalism

    • The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to journalism: Journalism – investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a broad audience. Though there are many variations of journalism, the ideal is to inform the intended audience. Journalism can be described as all of t ... Read »


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    • Amateur journalism

    • Amateur journalism is a hobby for starting small newspapers established after the U.S. Civil War, using small and inexpensive printing presses. Local circulation and exchanges, sometimes among associations were done. Conventions were also held. The hobby waxed and waned in the early 20th century, achieving a literary p ... Read »


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    • Article structure

    • News stories and features, whether in magazine writing or broadcast news, can be categorized in terms of article structures that define the order in which information is introduced to the story. Some writers deny consciously organizing articles according to specific structures, but may use them to describe the writing ... Read »


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    • Atavist

    • Atavist

      Atavist is a multimedia publishing platform. It was founded by Jefferson Rabb, Evan Ratliff, and Nicholas Thompson. In the spring of 2015, they released their free publishing platform, built with Google's Polymer. Fast Company wrote that the new system "make[s] it near-painless to create and sell beautifully designed l ... Read »


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    • Blog

    • A blog (a truncation of the expression weblog) is a discussion or informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries ("posts"). Posts are typically displayed in reverse chronological order, so that the most recent post appears first, at the top of the w ... Read »


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    • Community correspondent

    • A community correspondent, also known as a rural correspondent or country correspondent, is someone who produces a regular column on community events, places and people for publication in their local—typically weekly—newspaper. The writer is generally not a regular member of the newspaper staff but is a strin ... Read »


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    • Computer-assisted reporting

    • Computer-assisted reporting describes the use of computers to gather and analyze the data necessary to write news stories. The spread of computers, software and the Internet changed how reporters work. Reporters routinely collect information in databases, analyze public records with spreadsheets and statistical progra ... Read »


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    • Maestro concept

    • The Maestro concept is a time-management technique used in journalism in order to assist the newsroom work in a project-based, teamwork-intensive manner by "thinking like a reader". The Maestro concept begins with a "great story idea" that is generated through collaborative idea-group meetings to shape stories before ... Read »


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    • Conservative News Agency of New York (CNA-NY)

    • The Conservative News Agency of New York (CNA-NY) is a non-profit organization. It operates as a cooperative, unincorporated association. CNA-NY is run and managed by its contributing journalists in the United States, Canada, Europe and the Middle East, with a focus on third world issues in its early phase. Until 2016 ... Read »


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    • Constructive journalism

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    • Contextual objectivity

    • Contextual objectivity is a principle with roots in quantum mechanics that was adapted and applied to explain and describe the operations of news media organizations during times of war. Proposed by Adel Iskandar and Mohammed El-Nawawy in their analysis of Al-Jazeera as a case study, the term expresses the attempt "to ... Read »


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    • Contrarian

    • A contrarian is a person who takes up a contrary position, especially a position that is opposed to that of the majority, regardless of how unpopular it may be. Contrarian journalism is characterised by articles and books making counterintuitive claims, or attacking what is said to be the conventional wisdom (a ph ... Read »


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    • Correspondent

    • A correspondent or on-the-scene reporter is usually a journalist or commentator for magazines, or more speaking, an agent who contributes reports to a newspaper, or radio or television news, or another type of company, from a remote, often distant, location. A foreign correspondent is stationed in a foreign country. Th ... Read »


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    • Courtroom sketch

    • The defense of qualified privilege permits persons in positions of authority or trust to make statements or relay or report statements that would be considered slander and libel if made by anyone else. In New Zealand and Ontario, for instance, cases of political libel are inhibited by permitting open discussion of an a ... Read »


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    • Dispersal of ownership

    • Dispersal of ownership (also ownership dispersal, dispersed media ownership) is a standpoint that opposes concentration of media ownership and mergers of media conglomerates. This position generally advocates smaller and local ownership of media as a way to realize journalistic values and inclusive media public sphere ... Read »


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    • Drone journalism

    • The European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) is a formal network of authorized European journalism training centres, enabling cooperation and exchanges of students and teachers. Within this network, international projects and education programmes are set up. In addition, EJTA organises conferences and seminars t ... Read »


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    • Editorial independence

    • Editorial independence is the freedom of editors to make decisions without interference from the owners of a publication. Editorial independence is tested, for instance, if a newspaper runs articles that may be unpopular with its advertising clientele or critical of its ownership. ... Read »


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    • Elite media

    • The elite media is newspapers, radio stations, TV channels, and other media that influence the political agenda of other mass media. According to Anwar Haneefa, "[t]he elite media set a framework within which others operate." [1] The New York Times is used as an example of elite media by both Chomsky, a left-wing inte ... Read »


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    • Outline of environmental journalism

    • The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to environmental journalism: Environmental journalism – collection, verification, production, distribution and exhibition of information regarding current events, trends, issues and people that are associated with the non-human world. It is clo ... Read »


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    • European Charter on Freedom of the Press

    • The European Charter on Freedom of the Press is a non-binding guideline on press freedom, signed on 25 May 2009 in Hamburg by 48 editors-in-chief and leading journalists from 19 European countries. It is open for signature by all journalists, e.g. the prohibition of censorship, free access to national and foreign media ... Read »


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    • Feiler Faster Thesis

    • The Feiler Faster Thesis (or FFT) is a thesis, or supported argument, in modern journalism that suggests that the increasing pace of society is matched by (and perhaps driven by) journalists' ability to report events and the public's desire for more information. The idea is credited to Bruce Feiler and first defin ... Read »


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    • Fifth Estate

    • The Fifth Estate is a socio-cultural reference to groupings of outlier viewpoints in contemporary society, and is most associated with bloggers, journalists publishing in non-mainstream media outlets, and the social media or "social license" . The "Fifth" Estate extends the sequence of the three classical Estates of th ... Read »


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    • Five Ws

    • The Five Ws, Five Ws and one H, 5W1H, or the Six Ws are questions whose answers are considered basic in information gathering or problem solving. They are often mentioned in journalism (cf. news style), research, and police investigations. They constitute a formula for getting the complete story on a subject. According ... Read »


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    • Fourth Estate

    • The Fourth Estate (or fourth power) is a societal or political force or institution whose influence is not consistently or officially recognized. "Fourth Estate" most commonly refers to the news media, especially print journalism or "the press". The term makes implicit reference to the earlier division of the three est ... Read »


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    • Freedom of the press

    • Freedom of the press or freedom of the media is the freedom of communication and expression through mediums including various electronic media and published materials. Whenever such freedom mostly implies the absence of interference from an overreaching state, its preservation may be sought through constitutional or ot ... Read »


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    • Journalism and freedom

    • "Journalism and Freedom" was an article by Rupert Murdoch that appeared in The Wall Street Journal 's online Opinion Journal on 8 December 2009. "Journalism and Freedom" was adapted from a speech given by Murdoch (Chairman and CEO of News Corporation) at the Federal Trade Commission's Workshop on Journalism and the In ... Read »


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    • Gatekeeping (communication)

    • Gatekeeping is the process through which information is filtered for dissemination, whether for publication, broadcasting, the Internet, or some other mode of communication. The academic theory of gatekeeping is found in multiple fields of study, including communication studies, journalism, political science, and socio ... Read »


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    • Global surveillance and journalism

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      Global surveillance and journalism is a subject considering journalism in light of the Global surveillance disclosures of 2013. The Obama administration has been characterized as much more aggressive than the Bush and other previous administrations in their response to whistleblowing and leaks to the press, prompt ... Read »


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    • Government by Journalism

    • Government by Journalism was a form of New Journalism pioneered by William Thomas Stead in which he began to think of journalism as more than just a position to report information, but through the paper the journalist or editor could become ruler. In 1883, Stead launched a crusade which resulted in General Gordon ... Read »


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    • Sian Pari Huws

    • Sian Pari Huws (2 September 1960 – 29 November 2015) was a journalist and broadcaster. She worked for BBC Cymru Wales in Cardiff and broadcast in Welsh and English A sea captain's daughter, Sian Pari Huws was born in St Asaph and the family moved to the Wirral. She spent her childhood in Spital, Bebington. She at ... Read »


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    • Information subsidy

    • An information subsidy is the provision of ready-to-use newsworthy information to the news media by various sources interested in gaining access to media time and space. Typical forms of information subsidies include press releases, as well as press seminars and conferences. This information represents a subsidy to th ... Read »


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    • Interview (journalism)

    • A journalistic interview takes the form of a conversation between two or more people: interviewer(s) ask questions to elicit facts or statements from interviewee(s). Interviews are a standard part of journalism and media reporting. In journalism, interviews are one of the most important methods used to collect informat ... Read »


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    • Interview (research)

    • An interview in qualitative research is a conversation where questions are asked to elicit information. The interviewer is usually a professional or paid researcher, sometimes trained, who poses questions to the interviewee, in an alternating series of usually brief questions and answers. They can be contrasted with fo ... Read »


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    • Journalism culture

    • Journalism culture is described as a "shared occupational ideology among newsworkers". The term journalism culture spans the cultural diversity of journalistic values, practices and media products or similar media artifacts. Research into the concept of journalism culture sometimes suggests an all-encompassing consensu ... Read »


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    • Journalism genres

    • The term "journalism genres" refers to various journalism styles, fields or separate genres, in writing accounts of events. Newspapers and periodicals often contain features (see Feature style) written by journalists, many of whom specialize in this form of in-depth journalistic writing. Feature articles are usually ... Read »


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    • Journalist

    • A journalist is a person who collects, writes, or distributes news or other current information. A journalist's work is called journalism. A journalist can work with general issues or specialize in certain issues. However, most journalists tend to specialize, and by cooperating with other journalists, produce journals ... Read »


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    • Journalistic interventionism

    • Journalistic interventionism “reflects the extent to which journalists pursue a particular mission and promote certain values”. Journalists with a high interventionist attitude do not report neutrally and objectively but are engaged in the subjects they are reporting about. An interventionist reporting style ... Read »


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    • Lead paragraph

    • In writing, especially in journalism, a lead paragraph (sometimes shortened to lead; also spelled lede) is the opening (leading) paragraph of an article, essay, book chapter, or other written work that summarizes its main ideas. The term is sometimes spelled "lede" with a claim it was a historical spelling intende ... Read »


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    • Living Newspaper

    • Living Newspaper is a term for a theatrical form presenting factual information on current events to a popular audience. Historically, Living Newspapers have also urged social action (both implicitly and explicitly) and reacted against naturalistic and realistic theatrical conventions in favor of the more direct, exper ... Read »


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    • Long-form journalism

    • Long-form journalism is a branch of journalism dedicated to longer articles with larger amounts of content. Typically this will be between 1,000 and 20,000 words. Long-form articles often take the form of creative nonfiction or narrative journalism. The distribution of tracts pre-dates the development of the print ... Read »


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    • Media lock-up

    • A media lock-up is a security procedure typically associated with politically sensitive disclosures and press conferences. During a media lock-up, accredited journalists receive advance access to information and expert advisers in order to assist with the accuracy of their reporting on matters disclosed. A media lock-u ... Read »


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    • Missed connection

    • You were on your bike on the sidewalk (Sunday). I was walking the opposite direction. You had a plastic parrot on your handlebars. I smiled. You said "Hi" and smiled back. You won my undying admiration for not wearing a football jersey. That's it. Coffee or a drink? A missed connection is a type of personal advertisem ... Read »


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    • Mobile news

    • Mobile news refers to both the delivery and creation of news using mobile devices. Today, mobile news delivery can be done via SMS, by specialized applications, or using mobile versions of media websites. According to a recent market study across six countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, and US), 16.9% of ... Read »


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    • Narrative crime script

    • A narrative crime script is the logical sequence of events which can be easily interpreted by the viewer to make themselves a participant viewer. The narrative crime script helps the viewer by filling in the details of the story. For instance, the viewer doesn’t need to see fire fighters at a burned house to know ... Read »


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    • News embargo

    • In journalism and public relations, a news embargo or press embargo is a request by a source that the information or news provided by that source not be published until a certain date or certain conditions have been met. The understanding is that if the embargo is broken by reporting before then, the source will retali ... Read »


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    • News style

    • News style, journalistic style or news writing style is the prose style used for news reporting in media such as newspapers, radio and television. News style encompasses not only vocabulary and sentence structure, but also the way in which stories present the information in terms of relative importance, tone, and inte ... Read »


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    • Newseum

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      The Newseum is an interactive museum that promotes free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, while tracing the evolution of print and electronic communication from earliest days of the United States to the technologies of the present and the future. The modern seven ... Read »


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    • Newspaper

    • A newspaper is a serial publication containing news about current events, other informative articles (listed below) about politics, sports, arts, and so on, and advertising. A newspaper is usually, but not exclusively, printed on relatively inexpensive, low-grade paper such as newsprint. The journalism organizations th ... Read »


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    • Newspaper extra

    • A newspaper extra, extra edition, or special edition is a special issue of a newspaper issued outside the normal publishing schedule to report on important or sensational news which arrived too late for the normal edition, such as the outbreak of war, the assassination of a public figure, or even latest developments in ... Read »


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    • Newsroom

    • A newsroom is the central place where journalists—reporters, editors, and producers, along with other staffers—work to gather news to be published in a newspaper and/or an online newspaper or magazine, or broadcast on radio, television, or cable. Some journalism organizations refer to the newsroom as the city ... Read »


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    • Nota roja

    • Nota roja (lit. “red note or news”) is a journalism genre popular in Mexico. While similar to more general sensationalist or yellow journalism, the nota roja focuses almost exclusively on stories related to physical violence related to crime, accidents and natural disasters. The origin of the name is most lik ... Read »


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    • Notability

    • Notability is the property of being worthy of notice, having fame, or being considered to be of a high degree of interest, significance, or distinction. It also refers to the capacity to be such. Persons who are notable due to public responsibility, accomplishments, or, even, mere participation in the celebrity industr ... Read »


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    • Page 3 culture

    • Page 3 culture is the name given to tabloid culture in India covering India's partying, or upper class, and metropolitan culture, specifically Mumbai's, Delhi's and Bangalore's, which are all a feature of page three tabloid newspapers. The term originates from India's colourful daily newspaper supplements appeari ... Read »


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    • Parachute journalism

    • Parachute journalism is the practice of thrusting journalists into an area to report on a story in which the reporter has little knowledge or experience. The lack of knowledge and tight deadlines often result in inaccurate or distorted news reports, especially during breaking news. As opposed to expert foreign correspo ... Read »


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    • Popularity contest

    • A popularity contest is a real or hypothetical contest in which the sole criterion for winning is how many votes one gets, such that the winner is the most liked contestant. Although the phrase is often used disparagingly to suggest that other contests are excessively superficial, the term historically referred to real ... Read »


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    • Portable Database Image

    • The Portable Database Image, also known as .pdi file, is a proprietary loss-less format designed for analytics, publishing and syndication of complex data. The .pdi format, generation process, and GUI, were invented by Dr. Reimar Hofmann and Dr. Michael Haft from Siemens AG Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning. Th ... Read »


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    • Press gallery

    • The press gallery is the part of a parliament, or other legislative body, where political journalists are allowed to sit or gather to observe and then report speeches and events. This is generally one of the galleries overlooking the floor of the house and can also include separate offices in the legislative or parliam ... Read »


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    • Press laws

    • Press laws are the laws concerning the licensing of books and the liberty of expression in all products of the printing-press, especially newspapers. The liberty of the press has always been regarded by political writers as of supreme importance. Give me liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to consc ... Read »


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    • Press pass

    • A press pass (alternatively referred to as a press card or a journalist pass) grants some type of special privilege to journalists. Some cards have recognized legal status; others merely indicate that the bearer is a practicing journalist. The nature of the benefits is determined by the type of issuing agency, of which ... Read »


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    • Press pool

    • A press pool is a group of news gathering organizations that combine their resources in the collection of news. A pool feed is then distributed to members of the broadcast pool who are free to edit it or use it as they see necessary. In the case of print reporters, a written pool report is distributed to all members. A ... Read »


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    • Press service

    • Press service is typically a department within an organization of some kind whose function is to communicate with mass media on topics related to that organization by issuing press releases and using other various means such as public speeches at news conferences, answering questions by telephone or on the Internet. T ... Read »


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    • Public editor

    • The job of the public editor is to supervise the implementation of proper journalism ethics at a newspaper, and to identify and examine critical errors or omissions, and to act as a liaison to the public. They do this primarily through a regular feature on a newspaper's editorial page. Because public editors are genera ... Read »


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    • Qualified privilege

    • The defense of qualified privilege permits persons in positions of authority or trust to make statements or relay or report statements that would be considered slander and libel if made by anyone else. In New Zealand and Ontario, for instance, cases of political libel are inhibited by permitting open discussion of an a ... Read »


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    • Robohack

    • A journalist with the technical skills to edit and file their own news stories. Martin Turner, Head of Operations for BBC Newsgathering, used the term at the inaugural Goldsmith's College Futures of the News Symposium in reference to the increasing demands made on journalists to do their own package editing and filing ... Read »


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    • Scoop (news)

    • In journalism, a scoop or exclusive is an item of news reported by one journalist or news organization before others, and of exceptional originality, importance, surprise, excitement, or secrecy. Scoops are important and likely to interest or concern many people. A scoop is typically a new story, or a new aspect to an ... Read »


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    • Shoe-leather reporting

    • In journalism, shoe-leather reporting describes an on-the-ground approach to journalism, where reporters leave the safety and comfort of their desks, abandoning electronic and telephonic communication, to pound the pavement in the search of answers. One reporter said, “[Our] reporting hasn't changed. I don't thin ... Read »


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    • Slow Journalism

    • Slow journalism is a news subculture borne out of the frustration at the quality of journalism from the mainstream press. A continuation from the larger "slow" movement, slow journalism shares the same values as other "slow"-movement subsets in its efforts to produce a good, clean and fair product. Specialist titles ha ... Read »


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    • Social Reporting Standard

    • The Social Reporting Standard (SRS) provides a standardized reporting guideline for initiatives and projects in the non-profit sector. The term SRS is inspired by the Financial Reporting Standards of for-profit companies. Unlike traditional businesses, social enterprises and non-profit organisations are not primarily ... Read »


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    • Solutions journalism

    • Solutions journalism is an approach to news reporting that focuses on the responses to social issues as well as the problems themselves. Solutions stories, anchored in credible evidence, explain how and why responses are working, or not working. The goal of this journalistic approach is to present people with a truer, ... Read »


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    • State media

    • State media or state-owned media is media for mass communication which is "controlled financially and editorially by the state." These news outlets may be the sole media outlet or may exist in competition with corporate and non-corporate media. State media is not to be confused with public-sector media, which is "fund ... Read »


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    • Superconducting steel

    • Superconducting steel is a concept in materials science, referring to the idea of a steel alloy that would behave as a superconductor. The term has appeared primarily in discussions of designs of imagined devices involving nuclear fusion or processes with still higher densities of power. In reporting results of geolog ... Read »


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    • Traffic reporting

    • Traffic reporting is the near real-time distribution of information about road conditions such as traffic congestion, detours, and traffic collisions. The reports help drivers anticipate and avoid traffic problems. Traffic reports, especially in cities, may also report on major delays to mass transit that does not nece ... Read »


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    • Vatican watcher

    • A Vatican watcher or Vatican-watcher (Vaticanista in Italian) is a journalist who reports news concerning the Vatican, the Pope, or the Holy See, or in some cases a blogger or other publisher of opinions on those topics. ... Read »


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    • World Press Freedom Day

    • World Press Freedom Day

      The United Nations General Assembly declared May 3 to be World Press Freedom Day or just World Press Day to raise awareness of the importance of freedom of the press and remind governments of their duty to respect and uphold the right to freedom of expression enshrined under Article 19 of the 1948 Universal Declaration ... Read »


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