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  • 1. Local, Celebrity & SportsChapters 1 & 9
  • 2. Celebrity Journalism What is celebrity? Yellow Journalism Changed from 19th -21st century
  • 3. Celebrity Journalism What do you think makes an official & authentic storyabout celebrities? Celebrity Profiles: common with mainstreammagazines and some newspapers Allows celebrities to show their best selves Can be used to battle bad press coverage
  • 4. Scandal “the fall of any celebrity is a major news story”. Entertainment shows Tori Spelling
  • 5. ScandalNational Enquirer Paparazzi
  • 6. Scandal Celebrities actions bring light to other issues fordiscussion Do you think sports journalists should have specificparameters relating to sports performances rather thenscandal?
  • 7. Sports Journalism Sports Journalists not only report the on-fieldexperience of players but also their off-field characterand behavior video
  • 8. Local Sports What is local sports journalism? Should local sports journalists conduct criticismtrough local newspapers even if the journalistbecomes unpopular?
  • 9. Discussion Questions Name a celebrity or athlete who has used the media tocounteract negative press coverage around a scandal? What are examples of journalists turning intocelebrities and celebrities turning into journalists? How does this benefit journalism?