 Practice of investigation and reporting of  events, issues and trends to a broad  audience. The first newspapers were d...
 Organization and institution        - Government and business. Cultural aspects of life.        - Arts and entertainment.
 Toprovide citizens with the information they need and self governing.
Journalism is …Literature in hurry Journalism is  Verification
   Involve social group   Verify content of reports    from other media   Use multiple sources   Present many sides  ...
 Journalism          becomes democratic
 Social       Responsibility Objectivity.
A journalist must follow theelements of journalism Tell truth devotion is to citizens. Discipline of verification. Mai...
““Journalism largelyconsists of saying "Lord   Jones is Dead" to  people, who neverknew that Lord Jones      was alive.”
1.   Journalism’s first     obligation is to tell truth     › Functional truth        Get the right facts        Report ...
2. Serve       as independent  monitor of power  • And give voice    to voiceless
3. Exercise         your personal  conscience  › Create spirit    of questioning  › Challenge content    & approaches –   ...
  ITS FIRST LOYALTY IS TO CITIZENS DEVOTION larger public interest without fear or favor
› its essence is a discipline of  verification› Verify content of other reports  from other media› N0 personal biasness› P...
    its practitioners must    maintain an    independence from    those they cover.   report the news    truthfully to e...
 it must provide a forum     for public criticism     and compromiseProvide public forum   › Invite feedback   › Criticism...
    it must strive to make    the significant    interesting and    relevant    provide our audience    the information ...
   it must keep the    news    comprehensive and    proportional   fullness
 Journalism “without a soul” Defamation Many photos, some of them faked Made-up stories, faked interviews,  misleading...
Covering the Noise        Vs.Covering the Silences
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Elements of journalism (5)
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  • Submitted to Ahmad Sheikh (Resource Person ) UMT, Lahore
  • Elements of journalism (5)

    1. 1.  Practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a broad audience. The first newspapers were distributed in 17th century England, twice weekly.
    2. 2.  Organization and institution - Government and business. Cultural aspects of life. - Arts and entertainment.
    3. 3.  Toprovide citizens with the information they need and self governing.
    4. 4. Journalism is …Literature in hurry Journalism is Verification
    5. 5.  Involve social group Verify content of reports from other media Use multiple sources Present many sides Don’t add what was not there Test assumptions. Limit use of unidentified sources
    6. 6.  Journalism becomes democratic
    7. 7.  Social Responsibility Objectivity.
    8. 8. A journalist must follow theelements of journalism Tell truth devotion is to citizens. Discipline of verification. Maintain independence Power. Provide forum. Make news interesting. Keep news comprehensive. Sense of right or wrong.
    9. 9. ““Journalism largelyconsists of saying "Lord Jones is Dead" to people, who neverknew that Lord Jones was alive.”
    10. 10. 1. Journalism’s first obligation is to tell truth › Functional truth  Get the right facts  Report truth about the facts
    11. 11. 2. Serve as independent monitor of power • And give voice to voiceless
    12. 12. 3. Exercise your personal conscience › Create spirit of questioning › Challenge content & approaches – not personal integrity
    13. 13.   ITS FIRST LOYALTY IS TO CITIZENS DEVOTION larger public interest without fear or favor
    14. 14. › its essence is a discipline of verification› Verify content of other reports from other media› N0 personal biasness› Peels the onion
    15. 15.   its practitioners must maintain an independence from those they cover. report the news truthfully to ensure we live in a fair society, even if it sometimes leads to unpleasant debates or social unrest.
    16. 16.  it must provide a forum for public criticism and compromiseProvide public forum › Invite feedback › Criticism :  Positive  negative
    17. 17.   it must strive to make the significant interesting and relevant  provide our audience the information they need
    18. 18.  it must keep the news comprehensive and proportional fullness
    19. 19.  Journalism “without a soul” Defamation Many photos, some of them faked Made-up stories, faked interviews, misleading headlines.
    20. 20. Covering the Noise Vs.Covering the Silences
    21. 21. MoreMeaningfulInteraction
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