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Are these ideals from past is nothing democratic about what we journalism, present journalism, or for say for what we have said betrays us future journalism? What is democratic about complex multiplicity of values and Agenda setting power of the media? These privileges can involve subsidies for distribution or research and development lower postal rates for print, use of public spectrum by broadcasters, development and management of the Internet to laws protecting content and free speech copyright, libel, and shield laws.
These privileges, however, are not pre-ordained or perpetual. Rather, they are conferred because of the need for an abundant supply of information. They are predicated on the assumption that journalism — because of its principles and practices — will supply a steady stream of higher quality content that citizens and government will use to make better decisions.
Traditionally, this covenant has been between news organizations and government. The raw material cast into the marketplace of ideas sustains civic dialogue and serves society best when it consists of verified information rather than just prejudice and supposition. Journalism should also attempt to fairly represent varied viewpoints and interests in society and to place them in context rather than highlight only the conflicting fringes of debate.
Accuracy and truthfulness also require that the public discussion not neglect points of common ground or instances where problems are not just identified but also solved. Journalism carries with it a responsibility to improve the quality of debate by providing verified information and intellectual rigor.
A forum without regard for facts fails to inform and degrades rather than improves the quality and effectiveness of citizen decision-making. Journalism is storytelling with a purpose.
It should do more than gather an audience or catalogue the important. It must balance what readers know they want with what they cannot anticipate but need. Journalists must thus strive to make the significant interesting and relevant.
Quality is measured both by how much a work engages its audience and enlightens it.
This means journalists must continually ask what information has the most value to citizens and in what form people are most likely to assimilate it. While journalism should reach beyond such topics as government and public safety, journalism overwhelmed by trivia and false significance trivializes civic dialogue and ultimately public policy.
As with any map, its value depends on a completeness and proportionality in which the significant is given greater visibility than the trivial.
Keeping news in proportion is a cornerstone of truthfulness. Inflating events for sensation, neglecting others, stereotyping, or being disproportionately negative all make a less reliable map. The most comprehensive maps include all affected communities, not just those with attractive demographics. The most complete stories take into account diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
Though proportion and comprehensiveness are subjective, their ambiguity does not lesson their significance. They must be willing to question their own work and to differ with the work of others if fairness and accuracy demand they do so.
News organizations do well to nurture this independence by encouraging individuals to speak their minds. Conversation and debate stimulate the intellectual diversity of minds and voices necessary to understand and accurately cover an increasingly diverse society. Having a diverse newsroom does little if those different voices are not spoken or heard. Having a sense of ethics is perhaps most important for the individual journalist or online contributor.
They may file directly to the public without the safety net of editing, a second set of eyes, or the collaboration of others. While crowdsourcing by the audience may catch and correct errors or misinformation, the reputation of the author and the quality of public dialogue are nevertheless damaged. The purpose of journalism is to give people the information they need to make better decisions about their lives and society.
Today, when the world is awash in information and news is available any time everywhere, a new relationship is being formed between the suppliers of journalism and the people who consume it. The new journalist is no longer a gatekeeper who decides what the public should and should not know.
The individual is now his or her own circulation manager and editor. To be relevant, journalists must now verify information the consumer already has or is likely to find and then help them make sense of what it means and how they might use it. Each morning we scour the web for fresh useful insights in our Need to Know newsletter.
Sign up below. The elements of journalism In their book The Elements of Journalism , Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel identify the essential principles and practices of journalism. Here are 10 elements common to good journalism, drawn from the book. Its first loyalty is to citizens The publisher of journalism — whether a media corporation answering to advertisers and shareholders or a blogger with his own personal beliefs and priorities — must show an ultimate allegiance to citizens.
Technology may change but trust — when earned and nurtured — will endure. Its essence is a discipline of verification Journalists rely on a professional discipline for verifying information.
Its practitioners must maintain an independence from those they cover Independence is a cornerstone of reliability. It must serve as an independent monitor of power Journalism has an unusual capacity to serve as watchdog over those whose power and position most affect citizens. It must provide a forum for public criticism and compromise The news media are common carriers of public discussion, and this responsibility forms a basis for special privileges that news and information providers receive from democratic societies.
It must strive to keep the significant interesting and relevant Journalism is storytelling with a purpose. It must keep the news comprehensive and proportional Journalism is our modern cartography. It creates a map for citizens to navigate society.