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Transcript of NEWS VALUES
1. Which are the hard news stories?
2. Which are features?
3. Which is an opinion piece?
5. How do opinion; hard news; features; editorials differ?
6. How are they similar?
DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF A NEWSPAPER
- hard news stories; straight forward
- answers the 5 Ws; nut graf
Why is this a story?
Impact: it affects readers
Helpfulness: helps people cope
Entertainment: makes people feel good
Inspiration: stories of people who have overcome difficulties
Special Interest: sub cultures, minorities
The “so what” element
Make the reader see. Make the reader care.
Don’t turn in a story you wouldn’t read
Something changed e.g. a rising trend
- a new policy
- impact and implications for people
- controversial in terms of freedom; human rights; moral values
Higher news value if you know Robin Williams
If you are a Caucasian male
Depression may be relevant to the general public
Written for the Washington Post
- a follow up
- in depth; plenty of background
- truthful; fair
- critical; the stance of the newspaper
- not necessarily fair
- a good argument
- guests or columnists
- sometimes reinforce the beliefs of the paper's owners
- balanced judgement of e.g. a consumer product ( books; restaurants; movies
ALL truthful, attributed,
valid and sound arguments
i.e. the premise leads to the conclusion AND supported by FACTUAL evidence
Is this a story?
Timeliness: why are you telling me this now?
Proximity: happens close to home
Unusual: something bizarre or rare
Celebrities: they attract attention - good and bad
Human Interest: people with special problems, achievements or experiments
Conflict: between people and governments or other people
It's your job to make them care!
OBJECTIVE, TRUTHFUL, FAIR
IS IT A STORY?