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The accuracy will avoid future controversies in the case of an investigation to prove is carried out by a special body of investigation. The journalists are similarly supposed to have a fair bulletin of the news. Hence, there should not be accused of being partisan or unbalanced. The bulletin released need to be thoroughly investigated. Lastly, reporters must practice integrity in their profession.
In this report, there is an incident that resulted to a homicide as a woman is suspected to have pushed her husband through a storey building window. The companion is thus arraigned with a second-degree slaying. The extended family have not yet been noticed as their whereabouts is not known. The law enforcers are looking for their parents to inform them. The information in this case needs to be accurately reported to the necessary relatives. The police are holding the names of the victim and the suspect as for the respect of their families. Even though the police knows their names, they cannot give them to the general public before informing their parents. The action is ethical because the public may twist the information and cause a shock to the family of the victims.
The stakeholders in this case is the journalist and the victim’s family. There are dual groups of correspondents in this incident. One of the categories releases the news of the tragedy but hides their identities. The next category releases the news together accompanied by their identities. The law enforcers in this case are the probing entity. Therefore, they are the ones who need to give the evidence of the couple’s names. Their option to withhold their names is applause as that is the only way they can inform the family in a respectful way. Journalist who asks the public their opinion on the tragedy are, therefore, acting unethically. The public may lack knowledge the real names of the victims. If the report from the police contravenes their report, then there
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It also impacted the social, political practices and information delivering techniques for a person as well as for the whole community throughout the world. Thus, this phenomenon brought a response from the philosophers and ethicists to determine the technology as beneficial for the users on the ethical grounds.
This information mostly tends to be biased and does not necessarily represent the truth. Information is manipulated in order make those in power seem legitimate and those targeted to be incorrect without any substantial proof (Chiyamwaka 2). It is important to have rules pertaining to the conduct that are established on all media sources, in order to ensure that information is not manipulated in any manner possible and so that the media delivers a true picture of the happenings in the world.
BMW is one of the few luxury automakers that has successfully managed to capture the minds of potential buyers and propelled its brands to record sales through promotion strong branding and product identity. For example, the above average sales made by the German automaker in 2012 were particularly attributed to the company’s consistent marketing campaigns and effective product branding efforts that specifically targeted the more affluent customers.
However, print media advertising has retained its hold and reach in the world of business and efficient marketing as print media continues to advance its scope on a much wider market, develop innovation and resume its accomplishment in the field of theoretical research.
The magazine may also target specific segments of the public for a campaign to explain complex issues ("How to," UNICEF 2007).
As such, the primary purpose of print media is to inform the public on issues of importance and thus to make the political participation of the people meaningful (LaMay 2004).
The Print Media Editor, firstly, acts an the head of the content team at the organisation and coordinates the coverage of issues, the importance given to each issue, the style of writing and the like.
He also delegates tasks among reporters, sub-editors and the like.
Print is the general classification for mass-produced, printed materials that appear in the market following a regular frequency, like daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, semi-annually, and annually. These are newspapers (broadsheets and tabloids), magazines, journals, compilations, and annuals.
Proving once again that this year is no better or less dangerous to be a journalist.
Every year the story seems to be the same. As repetitive and redundant as the news they bring, a number of journalists suffer the same fate regardless of their