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Does funding article-writing robots really support high-quality journalism in the digital age?

Here’s a riddle for you:

If a programme set up to support high-quality journalism in the digital age funds the creation of article-writing robots, is it really supporting journalism? 1,266 more words

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The real history of fake news

By  David Uberti , Source : Columbia Journalism Review

Commercial monopolies, coupled with lack of political partisanship, gave news organizations daylight to professionalize and police themselves. 2,110 more words

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What is fake news? Its origins and how it grew in 2016.

By : James Carson , Source : The Telegraph

It was at Donald Trump’s first press conference as President-elect when the term “fake news” broke out of media discussions and into the mainstream. 1,659 more words

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Reasons why student journalists must blog

Over the years blogging has become very popular. Most, people blog about different things like fashion trends, cooking ideas and even news. It may seem like it is just a hobby but blogging can become a key to unlocking a world of opportunities especially for student journalists. 211 more words


Stopped from entering studio, how Arnab Goswami built his own in 100 days

By Binjal Shah, Source : Yourstory.com

“Some organisations have openly started taking favours, brazenly and embarrassingly, from political parties. One organisation has taken 50-100 acres of land from a state government. 2,771 more words

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Are Journalists Getting More or Less Ethical?

In the video above, John Oliver talked about the condition of current and future journalism.

With the news consumption shifts to free, internet-based and 24/7 cycle news, the… 289 more words

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What is the Worth of Investigative Journalism?

BY Priti Patnaik , Source : thewire.in

The need for investigative reporting has seldom been more acute. Even as investigative journalism thrives by way of cross-border collaborative projects such Panama Papers, pessimism about the profession itself continues. 1,965 more words

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