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  • 1. NEWSPAPERS D.Ermakova A.Kovtun
  • 2. A newspaper is a regularly scheduled publication containing news, information, and advertising, usually printed on relatively inexpensive, low-grade paper (newsprint).
  • 3. Newspapers typically publish: • stories on local and national political events and personalities, crime, business, entertainment, society and sports; • breakthroughs in science or technology • an editorial page; • reviews of movies, plays and restaurants; • advice, food and other columns; • advertising, comic strips; • entertainment features such as crosswords, sudoku and horoscopes; • weather news and forecasts.
  • 4. Advertising • The portion of the newspaper that is not advertising is called editorial content, editorial matter, or simply editorial.
  • 5. Journalism • Since newspapers began as a journal (record of current events), the profession involved in the making of newspapers began to be called journalism.
  • 6. NP on the Internet
  • 7. Definition of Journalism • “literature in a hurry” –Jose A. Quirino • “All that happens in the world, if such happenings hold interest for the public, and all the thought, actions, and ideas which these happenings stimulate become the materials for the journalist.”-F. Fraser Bond
  • 8. Functions of Journalism • 1. Inform the public through the news coverage • 2.Influence and mold the public opinion • 3. Amuse or entertain the public • 4. Serve and promote community welfare as a whole
  • 9. Qualities of a Good Journalist 1.Resourcefulness- a good journalist is supposed to be resourceful in order to gain access credible sources of information and to gain success to all important event. 2. Critical- in order to separate truth from propaganda and dogmas that may distort truth.
  • 10. Qualities of a Good Journalist 3. Objective- a journalist is supposed to put aside personal biases and should not let his emotions cloud his judgment. 4. Conscientious- a journalist is not supposed to use his influence in order to meet personal objectives and should be well aware of the consequences that may result from his actions.
  • 11. If you want to succeed you’ll definitely need to be headstrong. Always think “ What do I need to do to achieve my goals?”