Journalism is the unbiased production and distribution of reports on current or past events based on facts and supported with proofs or evidence.


The purpose of journalism is thus to provide citizens with the information they need to make the best possible decisions. It can relate to their lives, their communities, their societies, and their governments.

The rise of digital reality in media:

In recent years, virtual and augmented realities have begun to make inroads in the media industry.  Drones and AR/VR technology are used to cover major news events, giving viewers a front-row seat to happenings around the world. And, some publications are already releasing VR content daily. Digital media is giving neck-to-neck competition to media and print media these days.

What is journalism in real?

  1. You get to learn for a living.
  2. The work is challenging and the projects are exciting.
  3. People with information and passion surrounds you.
  4. There is a sense of achievement in every task that you accomplish.
  5. There’s a lot of travel.
  6. The job covers meeting a lot of interesting people.
  7. It is easy to become an expert in your area.
  8. They will have to pay for any incorrect news or twisted facts
  9. They work hard and travel in any circumstances to cover news
  10. Writers and journalists are different. Journalists cant has their viewpoint. they write facts. writers have the liberty to put their viewpoint
  11. Journalists don’t care about likes and tweets on social media. They make their efforts in narrating facts correctly and putting them up for the people.
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What are the myths about journalism?

“LAWYERS are always trying to win”, “doctors diagnose every person they know”, “models never eat” – there are general beliefs that people have about most professions. They are often myths that are maintained for generations. Even current students need to cope with the fact that they’re going to be teased with the clichés of their career choices. Like every myth, some could have a hint of truth and some could be completely false.

Journalism students need to deal with some of the most outrageous occupation myths. We have a list of some of the common myths known to journalists.

  1. Journalists always have a notepad and pen at the ready.
  2. They would scratch each other’s eyes out for a story.
  3. What do they do to cover a story? Anything.
  4. Their Math is weak.
  5. They love to gossip.
  6. Journalism students want to be famous.

If you anything more about what myths/ reality people carry to journalism, feel free to share in our comment section.

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