In what ways do commercial practices and
technologies affect the nature of news?
News:
News can be defined as, reporting different events that have
taken place. They can be either in print or for TV
Th...
Some famous Quotes:
 When a dog bites a man that is not news, but when a man bites
a dog that is news.(Charles Anderson D...
 What you see is news, what you know is background, what
you feel is opinion.(Lester Markel, American journalist, 1894-
1...
Hard news really is hard. It sticks not in the craw but in the
mind. It has an almost physical effect, causing fear, inte...
Components of a Newsworthy story:
 New
 Local
human interest angles
Conflict
Controversy
visuals/colorful quotes and...
Commercial Practices:
Positive Aspects:
 Commercial practices help in trading and generating profits and
for sponsoring n...
Negative Aspects:
 When a person belongs to a specific beat for a certain area that
can be crime or any other, he is full...
Even though the negative has a great impact on today’s media.it
is also true that without the commercial practices the me...
Technology:
Technology is the making, modification, usage, and knowledge
of tools, machines, techniques, crafts, systems,...
Technology Affecting News:
New communication technology, including accessible online
publishing software and evolving mob...
The Guardian and other mainstream media outlets have added
blogs to their sites.
Mainstream news outlets are increasingl...
Technology according to some Business Reporters:
By Neil Berry:
Live streaming and other forms of online video are growin...
The growth of online video will see television companies use big
data analytics to tailor programming to each individual ...
Broadcasters have been slow to realise that this is the beginning
of the end of traditional news production, where the ed...
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In what ways do commercial practices and technologies affect the nature of news?

  1. 1. In what ways do commercial practices and technologies affect the nature of news?
  2. 2. News: News can be defined as, reporting different events that have taken place. They can be either in print or for TV The way that print journalists and TV journalist write is different from each other. Print reporters can go into much more detail while TV reporters usually only have a short amount of time to air their story News also can be defined as what reporters and editors say it is. . They are the gatekeepers, allowing the accounts of some events, but not others, to reach the reading public or the audience watching it on TV
  3. 3. Some famous Quotes:  When a dog bites a man that is not news, but when a man bites a dog that is news.(Charles Anderson Dana, American journalist, 1819-1897)  News is what somebody somewhere wants to suppress; all the rest is advertising. (Lord North cliffe, British publisher 1865- 1922)  News is anything that makes a reader says, `Gee Whiz'!(Arthur Mac Ewen, American editor)
  4. 4.  What you see is news, what you know is background, what you feel is opinion.(Lester Markel, American journalist, 1894- 1977)  To a journalist, good news is often not news at all. (Phil Donahue, American entertainer, b. 1935)  Good stories flow like honey but bad stories stick in the craw [gullet]. What is a bad story? It's a story that cannot be absorbed in the first time of reading. It's a story that leaves questions unanswered.(Arthur Christiansen, British newspaper editor, 1904-1963)
  5. 5. Hard news really is hard. It sticks not in the craw but in the mind. It has an almost physical effect, causing fear, interest, laughter or shock.(Andrew Marr, British journalist, b. 1959)
  6. 6. Components of a Newsworthy story:  New  Local human interest angles Conflict Controversy visuals/colorful quotes and images
  7. 7. Commercial Practices: Positive Aspects:  Commercial practices help in trading and generating profits and for sponsoring news and media  Another advantage of commercial practices is that it avoids financial crisis a channel may experience  Channels without being able to get commercials will not be as efficient or productive as the one with commercials  It is often argued that commercial practices have its greater disadvantages then advantages.
  8. 8. Negative Aspects:  When a person belongs to a specific beat for a certain area that can be crime or any other, he is fully pampered  People with authorities take negative advantage of their powers therefore it leads to corruption etc It is often rumored that geo is supported by Jews or Indians promoting them., this is because they believe that such channels are getting illegal aid by them
  9. 9. Even though the negative has a great impact on today’s media.it is also true that without the commercial practices the media will not be able to stand, where it is today.
  10. 10. Technology: Technology is the making, modification, usage, and knowledge of tools, machines, techniques, crafts, systems, and methods of organization It can also refer to the collection of such tools, including machinery, modifications, arrangements and procedures
  11. 11. Technology Affecting News: New communication technology, including accessible online publishing software and evolving mobile device technology Swarms of amateur online journalists are putting this technology to use, on open publishing sites Bloggers and other amateur journalists are scooping mainstream news outlets as well as pointing out errors in mainstream articles Increasingly, the public is turning to online sources for news, reflecting growing trust in alternative media
  12. 12. The Guardian and other mainstream media outlets have added blogs to their sites. Mainstream news outlets are increasingly scanning blogs and other online sources for leads on news items Journalists are blogging live from courtrooms, from Baghdad, and elsewhere, allowing them to post frequent updates in near real- time The media environment is shifting, slowly and incrementally, away from the broadcast model
  13. 13. Technology according to some Business Reporters: By Neil Berry: Live streaming and other forms of online video are growing at an astonishing rate and have totally changed the way viewers consume TV For media companies and brand owners the most disruptive aspect of online video is analytics The days of the schedule driving viewing habits are already long gone
  14. 14. The growth of online video will see television companies use big data analytics to tailor programming to each individual viewer, based on the device used, the time of day, and many other factors By AllaSalehian: New technology has given rise to the citizen journalist but the real impact on traditional broadcasting has been the ability of the public to access real-time news information
  15. 15. Broadcasters have been slow to realise that this is the beginning of the end of traditional news production, where the editor of the day sets the agenda

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