The Life of A Journalist.

                

The life of journalist is very interesting. He does not wait for news to reach him, instead he runs out looking for news. Sometimes, when he runs for news, his life falls into danger.

A journalist tries to bring first hand news, such as unexpected news of a plane crash, a bomb explosion or an earthquake. He wants to make these as headlines in his newspaper.
Crime is another area which creates news and stirs everybody. Crimes such as murder, burglary, child abuse and sale of drugs capture the eye of the news reporter. He also runs into war-tam areas to give us first hand news. These areas probably push his life into danger.

A journalist also covers events of popular interest, such as sports, fashions and leisure. He also pays attention to social issues such as schooling, housing, and poverty. A journalist also covers routine events such as the arrival of a distinguished person or a holding of a special function.

A good journalist must have a responsibility of expressing his news items accurately and impartially. If anyone wants to be a good journalist he must have a good education and a wide knowledge in different subjects. He also must be curios and get on well to gather information from the public. Finally he must enjoy his writings and should work at any times of the day or night.                 

 

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12 Responses to “The Life of A Journalist.”

  1. Ellanomis Says:

    True…

  2. jyotsna Says:

    u r right………

  3. Oussama Says:

    Hehe thx for finishing my homework 🙂 😛
    but it was realy true and cooll 🙂

  4. esron Says:

    to say it again and again … this is true,

  5. esron Says:

    ya… that’s true…

  6. Mai Cee Says:

    Yes, yes, its true of being a journalist. And it seems
    fun too!

  7. purni Says:

    this z actually true

  8. vikas Says:

    u r right

  9. Writer Merloze Tilme Says:

    I enjoying reading your post! I love Journalism

  10. mukylezri Says:

    true

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