Category Archives: Reporting

Public figures lack privacy

The scandals range from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Tiger Woods, but, the question remains: how much privacy do public figures deserve? There are ranges of opinions on this issue. Bruce Cain, a director of the Institute of Governmental Studies at the University … Continue reading

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Social media enhances sports experience

Today, social media has become another popular option used to enhance the sports experience for fans and journalists. In the Internet era, fans are able to find out more information about sports faster than ever before. Social networks give fans … Continue reading

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Fashion journalism demands passion

Fashion journalism is a broad term used to describe all areas of published fashion media. It includes fashion writers, fashion critics and fashion reporters. When working in fashion journalism you are responsible for following and reporting on the latest fashion … Continue reading

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Undercover journalists face ethical questions

Journalists need to take caution when going undercover.   When it comes to undercover journalism there is a lot of debate about whether it is ethical.  It is important to know what is and what is not ethical and to see … Continue reading

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How to score in sports journalism

Have you ever wondered how to re-create that final moment of an important game for someone who wasn’t able to see it? With sports center and ESPN expanding their broadcast to 24 hours, more free-lance sports journalist opportunities are becoming … Continue reading

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New York Times paywall produces mixed results

Faced with shrinking print readership and anemic advertising revenue, The New York Times Company in March of 2011 launched its second attempt at controversial digital subscriptions for its online content with mixed results, say industry experts. The Bad The Times’ … Continue reading

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Opinions vary on ethics in undercover journalism

When it comes to undercover journalism it seems that the lines of ethical and unethical start to blur. It is important to research different views and opinions of undercover journalism and why it is or is not ethical. View from a … Continue reading

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