The Journalistic Code of Ethics and Public Representation in Web Journalism
The Journalistic Code of Ethics and Public
Keywords:Conventional Media, Traditional Journalism, New Media, Web Journalism, Digitalized Media, Satellite world, meditational relationship
This research paper examined the situation of linkage between Traditional journalism (conventional Media) with Web Journalism (New Media) with the perception of working journalists which are the main stack holders of the meditational relationship of traditional and digitalized information world. The study analyzed the situation rather the web journalism is enhancing the public representation or not. The study also checked the implication of journalistic ethical values in web journalism. The scenario of acceptance of web journalism at public level also examined. The results of the study showed that the situation of linkage of traditional media with news media is not unstable and web journalism will enhanced in future. The study also presents a scenario of need for the New Digitalized Media in context working journalists and journalistic ethical grounds. The study is outcome of a survey done with the working journalists and in-depth interviews of two senior media professionals.
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