The role of journalism in modern society
Every day is always filled with events, events, news. We can not even imagine a day to not include the news on TV, listen to the radio, standing in traffic jam on the way to work, take a look at the newspaper headlines over a cup of strong coffee for breakfast or do not get on the Internet. It’s terrible to imagine how confused we would all be if in a moment this all disappeared: magazines and newspapers from the counters, television, radio, and the window of our Internet browser became a blank canvas. Our life would be empty. Getting the information we needed would be very difficult, news from the other end of our city, not to mention even other continents, would reach us after a long time and then warped like gossip in a big village. If we approach any passer in the street and ask him, what role of the journalist in our modern world, each of us will find at once what to answer. What would you say?
The English writer Dame Rebecca West wrote: “A journalist is a person
In our century of smart technologies, innovations, wifi, tablets, smartphones, laptops, social networks and everything else, each of us becomes a little journalist. We share news, advice, photos, thoughts with each other. If one of us has witnessed an incident, we always have the opportunity to inform the world about it.
The development of modern journalism allows absolutely everyone to be informed in all spheres of our life: culture, fashion, tourism, politics, science, music, etc.,