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Title: What is News and Who Decides? Presentation
Other Titles: What is News and Who Decides?
Authors: Farley, Elizabeth
Grady, Fiona
Miller, Dean S
O'Connor, Rory
Schneider, Howard
Spikes, Michael
Constantinou, Constantia
Stony Brook University. School of Journalism. Center for News Literacy.
Resource Management, Stony Brook University Libraries
Keywords: universal news drivers
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2012
Publisher: School of Journalism, Stony Brook University
Description: News is determined by four factors: Universal News Drivers, Editorial Judgment, The Audience, and Profits and Competition. Universal News Drivers are: Importance, Timeliness, Proximity, Magnitude, Prominence, Conflict, Human Interest, Change, Relevance,
Other Identifiers: lecturewhatisnews.pptx
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