Mostly every day we can read fake news.Somebody believes them, somebody doesnt.Its a great test for journalists.
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Problem of online-journalism:Journalists want to be more operative,but they forget about checking information.+ Operative journalism- Quality journalism
Social networks helps to be firstSocial networks helps to share fakes
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News satire, also called fake news, is a typeof parody presented in a format typical ofmainstream journalism, and called a satirebecause of its content. News satire has beenaround almost as long as journalism itself, but itis particularly popular on the web, where it isrelatively easy to mimic a credible news sourceand stories may achieve wide distribution fromnearly any site. News satire relies heavily onirony and deadpan humor.
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