Monthly Archives: March 2013

Video News takes over

The title of Video Broadcast Journalists can have many different meanings. It could mean being the anchor, in front of the camera and delivering the news from on scene or behind a desk. It could mean being a researcher, making phone calls to gather interviews and investigating a story for the anchors to read off. […]

Bias is Overrated

By definition, objective reporting refers to fairness, disinterestedness, factuality and nonpartisanship in reporting. To put this in simpler terms, it means that, editorials aside, reporters strive to keep their opinions out of their writing, working to report the truth. This journalistic principle has come a long way in its development process. In years past, journalism […]