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Russel Boyce

Russel Boyce is a photographer working for Reuters news agency for over twenty years the job has seen him work as far away as South Africa working as a crime reporter to his current job being the Africa and Middle East editor. Reuters is arguably one of the...
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Uses of twitter

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Contacting people – Tweeting or private messeging people is a quick and simple way to connect with people. Search tool – can use it to search for topical infomation and events that are unfolding. Promotion – posting links to your own and others content. Creating an online profile...
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RSS

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RSS – rich site summary or relly simple sidication Useful way of getting other peoples content onto your site. Agriagtes other peoples content and places into a feed on your site, keeps a site continuly updated with news so visitors to the site see fresh new posts and...
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Notes 6 Boris Johson body language

Boris Johnson is widely known for his bumbling fool appearance and humorous attitude to even the most serious of situations. In a 2016 press conference with John Kerry is no different laughing his way through tough questions and avoiding the obvious awkwardness in the room due to previous...
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Notes 5 how we consume news

Mobile phones are fast becoming the main way people consume media and the news this is mainly beacuse of social media, however most people still consume news with traditional media outlets to stay informed but the new devices are meaning people who where once disingaged with news are...
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Notes 4 profiling

For this exercise we had to profile another member of the class Louis Guy chant 18 Basildon – Essex Electronic Music blogger Interest in fashion specifically streetwear Daft punks second album was a favourite of his mother so he grew up listening to that and stuck to the...
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Notes 3 Filter bubbles and echo chambers

The issues and problems facing modern journalism all surround the internet and the effect it has had on the way we consume news. Before the internet a newspaper would generally be released in the morning or potentially an evening print depending on the publication, however now a story...
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Notes 2 Courts

Courts and Court Reporting   Separation of powers   The executive (The government) The Legislature (The parliament) The Judiciary (The Courts)   Presumption of innocence   Common Law V Civil Law     Reporting restrictions Reporting restrictions differ for each case and can be lifted and changed by...
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NOTES 1 what is news

What is news News is relevant and topical information that is of public interest How do we consume news? Social Media – Facebook, twitter Snapchat Internet & apps – Internet news sites and online editions   Free papers – Metro, Evening standard etc Newspapers – National, Regional and...
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