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News fatigue?

In Audience, Journalism, Media Criticism, New Media, Youth on July 21, 2010 at 2:29 pm

This talks about a study conducted about 2 year ago, introducing an interesting concept of “news fatigue.” It has much to do with new style of new consumption such as multi-tasking among the young. Who suffer more from the news fatigue and any solution for that?

That effort includes what The AP calls "1-2-3 filing," starting with a news alert headline for breaking news, followed by a short present-tense report that is usable on the Web and by broadcasters. The third step is to add details and format stories in ways most appropriate for various news platforms.

Young adults suffering from news fatigue, study says – The New York Times

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Objectivity as means vs. objectivity as ends

In Journalism, Media Criticism on July 12, 2010 at 8:15 am

Strict objectivity and scientific objectivity.

“Objectivity excuses lazy reporting. If you’re on deadline and all you have is “both sides of the story,” that’s often good enough.”

If journalists confuse “objectivity as means” with “objectivity as ends”, what should be its ends?

Objective Journalism Isn’t Dead and Hasn’t Been Replaced | GroundReport

Is Google Making Us Stupid? – Magazine – The Atlantic

In Media Criticism, New Media on June 14, 2010 at 11:07 pm

 

Is Google Making Us Stupid? – Magazine – The Atlantic

Haiti News Coverage – Thin Line Between Compassion and Self-Congratulation

In Journalism, Media Criticism, Media Literacy on January 16, 2010 at 9:48 am

재난보도를 접하는 방송과 신문의 입장차이.

The TV Watch – Haiti News Coverage – Thin Line Between Compassion and Self-Congratulation – NYTimes.com

A Fox Chief at the Pinnacle of Media and Politics: Business, Media, & Politics

In Media Criticism, Media Literacy, Politics on January 9, 2010 at 9:51 pm

 

Roger Ailes of Fox News Has an Agenda – Profit – NYTimes.com

Nieman Reports | Media Criticism: Journalism vs. Advocacy

In Book, Journalism, Media Criticism on December 15, 2009 at 3:46 pm

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Dan Kennedy (assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern University; 그의 블로그– www.dankennedy.net)에 의하면 미디어 비평의 크게 두가지 기능을 한다고 한다. 먼저 “저널리즘” 그 자체로서의 미디어 비평. 하지만 뉴미디어의 등장과 함께–비록 연결고리가 명확하진 않지만–미디어 비평의 또 다른 한면,  즉 주창(advocacy)언론으로서의 미디어 비평에 대한 역할이 흥미롭다. 현재 미디어 비평의 당파성에 관한 페이퍼를 준비중이라 더욱 관심이 가는 대목이다.

Nieman Reports | Media Criticism: Journalism vs. Advocacy