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My Future Profession – Journalist
Contents Journalism Journalists. Who are they? Well-known TV representatives The elements of journalism A way to become a teleleader
Journalism Journalism is mainly defined as reporting news. news
Journalists are expected to research and report not only on events, but also on issues and trends.
Journalism also includes opinion and analysis. opinion
Although journalism mainly refers to reporting, the field also includes other jobs, such as editors and visual journalists.
Johann Carolus's Relation published in 1605 in Strasbourg, is often recognized as the first newspaper.Johann Carolus Strasbourg newspaper
News media have become the chief purveyors of information and opinion about public affairs in the society.News media
Journalists.Who are they?
Reporter A reporter is a type of a journalist who researches and presents information in certain types of mass media. journalist researchesmass media
Correspondent A correspondent is a journalist or a commentator who contributes reports to television news.
Photographer Is a person who take photos for pleasure and to record an event, an emotion, a place or a person.
Operator Is a person who films interviews or other events. His work is very important for the recovery of Journalism.
Editor A person who edits is called an editor.
Meteorologists Is a person, who knows all about the weather.
Well-known TV presenters
The elements of journalism Journalism's first obligation is to tell the truth.
Its essence is discipline of verification.
It must serve as an independent monitor of power.
It must strive to make the significant interesting, and relevant.
Its practitioners must be allowed to exercise their personal conscience.
The way to become a telenarrator
1 st step: You have to be a creative and patient person!
2 nd step: You must have extraordinary thinking and be prepared for overtime working days!
3 rd step: Today you are a star! The task left is to learn to win competitors wisely!
ABOUT JOURNALIST. … I like the profession of a journalist. He meets many people. He tries to understand what is going in the world, country and city and.
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Unit Four Making the News Reading Question Where can we get the information?
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