|THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM|
|Written by GEORGE LAZAROIU|
|ABSTRACT. Pavlik asserts that the space and time limitations of analog print and broadcast media have foreshortened the news. Salwen writes that in most cases online news sites operated by print and broadcast news outlets have not made full and responsible use of their sites. Hachten puts it that the intermixing and overlapping of news and entertainment and/or sensationalism is a central concern about today’s journalism. (pp. 154–158)|
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