#SJW2015: What is journalism?

A look into the world of journalism from Dreyfoos’ eyes.

“I think Journalism is trying to put together stories that the public will find interesting. You’re reporting on events to sell stories based on the public’s interest. Instead of reporting the news, journalists are prying into what the major stories are and trying to get all details. They are not trying to deliver news to the people. [Consequentially] journalism has become more like a business that tries to sell more magazines than its competitors,” Communications junior Jessica Taylor said.
Jade Lenkersdorf
“I think Journalism is trying to put together stories that the public will find interesting. You’re reporting on events to sell stories based on the public’s interest. Instead of reporting the news, journalists are prying into what the major stories are and trying to get all details. They are not trying to deliver news to the people. [Consequentially] journalism has become more like a business that tries to sell more magazines than its competitors,” Communications junior Jessica Taylor said.
“Journalism is giving people information on topics so they can formulate their own opinions on [world issues]. It enlightens people on the different events, opinions and issues occurring across the globe,” Piano sophomore Sophia Oaks said.
Jade Lenkersdorf
“Journalism is giving people information on topics so they can formulate their own opinions on [world issues]. It enlightens people on the different events, opinions and issues occurring across the globe,” Piano sophomore Sophia Oaks said.
“The media informs people on the information they are not directly exposed to,” digital media sophomore Sheila Fraguela said.
“The media informs people on the information they are not directly exposed to,” digital media sophomore Sheila Fraguela said.