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  1. History, Law and Ethics 1 1.1 The History of Journalism 1.2 Matters of Law 1.3 Ethics in a Multimedia World

  2. 1.1 The History of Journalism GOALS KEY TERMS newspaper penny press inverted pyramid yellow journalism muckraking mass media Golden Age of Radio network Skype multiple platforms multiple media convergence • Describe the history of newspapers in the United States. • Discuss the history of mass media. • Explain the influence of the Internet on journalism. CHAPTER 1

  3. History of Newspapers • Colonial newspapers and the penny press • Civil War news • Inverted pyramid • Yellow journalism • Muckraking CHAPTER 1

  4. CHECKPOINT • Briefly describe the history of newspapers in the United States. CHAPTER 1

  5. History of Mass Media • Radio • Golden Age of Radio • Television • Networks • The Internet • Multiple platforms • Multiple media • Convergence CHAPTER 1

  6. CHECKPOINT • Briefly describe the history of mass media. CHAPTER 1

  7. 1.2 Matters of Law GOALS KEY TERMS First Amendment censorship public official precedent public figure libel invasion of privacy shield laws freedom of information laws sunshine laws • Understand the importance of the First Amendment. • Identify the difference between public officials, public figures and private citizens. • Explain legal issues and laws that pertain to journalists, including libel, invasion of privacy, shield laws and freedom of information laws. CHAPTER 1

  8. The First Amendment • Free speech • Free press • Censorship • Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. CHAPTER 1

  9. CHECKPOINT • What constitutional rights are guaranteed to journalists by the First Amendment? CHAPTER 1

  10. Public Officials and Public Figures • Public officials • Public figures • Private citizens CHAPTER 1

  11. CHECKPOINT • What is the difference between a public official and a public figure? CHAPTER 1

  12. Legal Issues • Libel • Invasion of privacy • Other laws • Shield laws • Freedom of information laws • Sunshine laws CHAPTER 1

  13. CHECKPOINT • How do shield laws protect journalists? CHAPTER 1

  14. 1.3 Ethics in a Multimedia World GOALS KEY TERMS ethics accuracy credibility influence integrity anonymous source transparency on the record impartial conflict of interest plagiarism fabrication • Understand the ethical challenges journalists face. • Explain the types of ethical violations that destroy a reporter’s credibility. CHAPTER 1

  15. Everyday Ethics • Ethics • Accuracy • Credibility • Influence • Integrity • Anonymous sources • Transparency • On the record • Impartiality • Impartial • Conflict of interest • Ethical guidelines • Blogs • Truth and accuracy • User-generated content CHAPTER 1

  16. CHECKPOINT • What are ethics? CHAPTER 1

  17. Ethics Violations • Plagiarism • Fabrication • Lack of objectivity CHAPTER 1

  18. CHECKPOINT • What is the difference between plagiarism and fabrication? CHAPTER 1