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'''Journalism''' is the skill of compiling, editing and presenting the news.  Journalism exists in many mediums, from the traditional print forms ([[magazine]]s, [[newspaper]]s) to [[television]] and, particularly in the last five years, internet forms.  
 
'''Journalism''' is the skill of compiling, editing and presenting the news.  Journalism exists in many mediums, from the traditional print forms ([[magazine]]s, [[newspaper]]s) to [[television]] and, particularly in the last five years, internet forms.  
 
* Television journalists manipulate information in ways designed to attract audiences, to push their own political agendas and to aggrandize themselves so they will appear as heroes and celebrities before the public. [http://www.transparencynow.com/news/preface.htm]
 
  
 
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Journalism is the skill of compiling, editing and presenting the news. Journalism exists in many mediums, from the traditional print forms (magazines, newspapers) to television and, particularly in the last five years, internet forms.