"It's not quite true. First, people want to know what happens. And if the journalist is at a place where important things happen, people interested in his honest narrative. Secondly people are interested in the opinion of experts that they…"
"I have a good brand behind me - National Balgarian Radio, but nevertheless it`s usefull to use keewords.
This is link to our site: http://www.bnr.bg/Pages/default.aspx
This is link to our site on english (It`s for foreigners and it`s different from…"
"I read about them and knew about them for years. First 4 are usefull for programers, and I do not use them. Last one i not only knew, but use in my work. I copy definition from Wikipedia, because it`s easier."
"Java is a programming language originally developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems.
"А сhinese proverb states that it is not easy to live in interesting times.
Journalism should be able to earn money from their readers and from advertisers also. But we should not do so at the expense of sacrificing the serious subjects and deep…"
"A positive attitude is always good, Emil!
Of course the www presents an opportunity - for web savvy publishers, but many editors are still stuck in the world of print - and moving print straight to web does not work - this is what is being learnt.…"
The video is a very interesting summary of where things are heading.
Of course the views of readers are important - but they should not override the purpose of journalism. The trouble is, appealing to the masses also helps advertisers…"
Thanks for the YouTube video - very interesting, even if it poses more questions on the shaky future of journalism in the world wide web driven world.
I write about all sorts of stuff, although I'm only a blogger - but the stuff…"
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