What is a Journalist?
In broad terms, journalists are writers that find and present information in many areas of life. In a more “traditional” sense, journalists are writers that find and research information to be presented to the public through mediums like newspapers, magazines, radio, television stations or the internet. In many ways, journalism is the backbone of media industry. Therefore, many media jobs require some aspect of journalism experience. The type of writing a journalist does, depends on the subject being covered. Another aspect that affects a journalist's job is the type of medium they produce news for.
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