Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Veteran journalists Kovach and Rosenstiel (The Blur: How to Know What’s True in the Age of Information Overload – Kindle edition by Bill Kovach, Tom Rosenstiel. Download it once and read it on. Blur: How to Know What’s True in the Age of Information Overload. Front Cover. Bill Kovach, Tom Rosenstiel. Bloomsbury Publishing, Oct 5. An insightful but dry guide to the challenges of responsible journalism—and the citizenry it serves—amid the technological revolution of news.

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Very informative, interesting account of how news kovxch changed bil, time and how we are now in charge of deciding what news is accurate and which “news” might not really show the whole picture.

As a former journalism teacher, I found this fascinating. By the way, beware buzzwords, which can indicate a story is biased in someway, and is basically used to subtly try and persuade you to think a certain way. What might bean alternative explanation or understanding? Pada dasarnya, kita memang tidak akan bisa lepas dari 10 elemen jurnalisme sepanjang hidup kita.

The strongest point for me is the idea of our OWN responsibility in choosing our sources The matarial is certainly thought-provoking, especially their examination of the “Journalism of Affirmation” which made me realize how much I, as well as most others, select my sources of information based on the ones with which I agree the most. How this would be reported today—minute by minute updates with contradictory information from radio talk shows, and completely different spins on different partisan channels Government cover-up?

Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. Di antara belantara informasi yang sangat lebat seperti sekarang, kita mestinya punya saringan tersendiri untuk bisa mempercayai suatu berita. The book opens with an interesting scenario—the nuclear crisis at Three Mile Island is happening today instead of in However, most of the book has interesting examples of how the government, corporations, and media manipulate the public, and it is our job to be able to identify what is happening.


Blur: How to Know What’s True in the Age of Information Overload

I was hoping this would address digital media more than it does. Chapter 5 is on sources. Am I learning what I need? Apr 07, Megan rated it it was amazing. Where Did This Come From? This is a well written book that reinforces the basics of good journalism.

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The rise of internet news makes it blyr than ever to read news all day without encountering anything genuinely new or expanding our knowledge in the slightest. Dec 17, Steven S rated it really liked it. It encourages thinking, and, like the most useful journalism Blur highlights, “[i]t makes understanding a process, not a product” biill Hardcoverpages.

Am reading through my annotations now in anticipation of using this in my high school civics class.

What I liked was that it also gave ideas of how journalism should morph in this modern era of new technology, so that it uses the new technology to its advantage yet upholds nlur strong conviction to accuracy in reporting. Write and Publish Your First Book. In the Line of Fire. Evidence and the Journalism of Verification 7.

As good journalists, Kovach and Rosenstiel are measured in their language and conservative in their predictions. They find historical precedents for 4 different models – a “journalism of verification” which matches that “real journalism” category, a “journalism of assertion” which bikl immediacy over analysis, a “journalism of affirmation” which presents news in a way m The most common criticism of lateth and early 21st century journalism seems to be that it’s not “real journalism” anymore.


Chapter three starts with the different types of content – kovafh, propaganda, advertising, publicity, entertainment or raw information. I also found the idea that something could be simultaneously true and irrelevant very surprising. Ships from and sold by Amazon.

Using TMI as a starting point, the authors begin to discuss how news dissemination and journalism have changed in the age of digital information that has arisen since TMI. There are different kinds of ways to report a story and if the public can identify what that is, we can be The author Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel attempt to resurrect good journalism with their book Blur. A really relevant and useful read. It’s hard to imagine a more urgently necessary task, for journalism and for democratic societies, than the one Kovach and Rosenstiel have taken on.

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