The Internet has brought around the clock coverage in our homes 24 hours a coverage of less important, the most appealing dishes in our age of information. These days the line between news and gossip is becoming increasingly blurred, particularly through the media. What is news and what is gossip? The definitions are not very clear from the "news" is a person who just loves to talk about the next five years. Take a look at these definitions to decideYourself:
News: New information on specific and current events that are dedicated to the public or as a program to send messages to the public.
Gossip: Casual or gossip about others, mostly baseless and negative nature. In today's world, gossip is often transmitted in the media to the general public.
There are a lot of news, the "negative in nature," but that does not automatically lead to gossip. Obviously, the message must bebe adequately motivated. But the media these days are increasingly difficult to distinguish between what is new and what is gossip. In fact, the same media is a society that seems to be no answer and can report news or gossip, as he sees fit:
Average: forms of mass communication, to transport or store the information. In this case, the forms of mass communication such as television news, newspapers and the Internet or to communicate information to the public.
If someonewho works for a media company, says: "I'm with the press," I do not know if a journalist for a major media companies like NBC, or will have a shred of gossip reporting, as you will find at the box office counter in the state of your own shop local food.
If you do a search for the name of a certain pop stars / celebrities these days, literally millions of results will emerge. Some of them have links to high quality, solid-news sites with what most people would consider noteworthy updates. EnoughSome of them are links to sites that are voices as well. Not news, but certainly fun for many people.
In the case of a celebrity, is not necessarily important to know whether information from a reliable news source or a gossip site that has not checked its sources or confirmed whether its data is correct. But what happens if you read about a political candidate, someone in a public office or Fortune 500 executive? Are you an educationAssessment of individual events that occurred or vindictive gossip around on the Internet that is based began with a conversation heard in a bar or club?
Whenever a story you just read the media on the Internet, make sure you always know the source of the story. Do not look only to the title of the story, but also in the name of the site. It 'a serious news provider you trust? If you read the story in a blog, bloggersHe cites unallocated or names of people who refers to himself, so that facts can be proven? Viewing messages from well-known bylines are credible journalists?
With the Internet makes it easier for Web sites, blurring the line between news and gossip and entertainment, consumers have more responsibility than before to make sure that knowing and understanding the source of their news and entertainment.