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October 31, 2011 ckeeter1

“Journalism is about finding facts, interpreting their importance, and then sharing that information with the audience.”

The thing about journalism is if you find something important you must check its facts. Before you write something and report it to the audience you need to get your story straight. “The facts we uncover, research and present have the power to cause misunderstandings, damage and could change the course of history.”

Journalists need to find resources that can give them accurate information to tell a story in the correct order that they need to tell it. The facts need to be told in order, or the reader might be confused about the story.

“If we lose our reputation for accuracy we lose everything.” People aren’t going to want to read an article from a journalist if they are not known for accuracy and businesses are not going to want to publish them either.

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