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When the news is subjective

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When the news is subjective

liberation day 8. may decide Erik (42) and four friends to honor the Norwegian holocaust victims by brushing snublesteiner throughout Trondheim, i.e. small minneplaketter laid down in the ground. Dagbladet.en covers the case traditionally; the sources get talking, while the interviewer keeps his or her opinion outside. But when the editors posting the news on Facebook, " adds the Newspaper's own assessment: "Nice action!" One has the news got a whiff of kommentarjournalistikk. Does it matter?

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Social media is important trafikkdrivere for the online newspapers, and Facebook stands in a unique position. About 20 percent of them who read the Newspaper on the web, have arrived there via Facebook. And it is we the readers who ensures that the news is spread, by that we do like, comment and share. In medieforskningen we are talking now about the that the traditional nyhetsverdiene must be measured up against the delingsverdier . Just as important as whether people will read the news, is the question of whether they want to share it.

When journalists should tempt for us to share, the consequences for the texts. Research shows namely that we do not necessarily share the news, based on how important they are, but as well from how strong the feelings they awaken, and how well we may appear to share them. In a recent master's thesis pointing Stine Mari Velsvik that the NRK news often lose journalistic quality when they are edited into delingsvennlige videos on Facebook.

the Former have " been accused of angle on the news about Oslo's miljøbyråd Lan Marie Nguyen Berg in such a way that they affect her person harder on Facebook than in the actual story of the day. Press professional range (PFU) has repeatedly field the Norwegian media to extend the code of the cords longer on Facebook than in their own online newspaper, for example, by stroking the necessary reservation in the criminal cases.

PFU to determine that presseetikken applies on social media too. Still, is Facebook in a journalistic gray area. Status updates are traditionally not a journalistic genre, but is now used by all media houses to promote their business. How far can you customize the rhetoric of social media without having to go directly on the chord with presseetikken?

Couple that do not post pictures of themselves in social media, is happier, qc

Five strategies on Facebook: In a new study of Dagbladet and NRK, I found that both bureaus are often present news more subjective and fortolkende on Facebook than in their own online newspaper. This applies in particular to the so-called innsalgstekstene, i.e. the text editors place of image and title in statusoppdateringa, and that corresponds to the comment we even write when we share news. I found five strategies that the bureaus are using on Facebook, but not in nettavisa:

Strategy 1 is to add emojier. The signals often is a feeling, and thus suggests how we should respond on the matter. When the fans have revealed that the rapper Bow Wow has confronted on a private planes he has, commenting on the Review the case with the three monkeys that hold up to the eyes, and a face that laughs so it nagging. So Embarrassing for him, fun for us!

Strategy 2 is to ask the question to the readers. When the Airport was hit by a sudden snowfall in the end of april, it was air traffic forsinka while the functionality broke everything they could. On The Dagbladet.en got the readers the impression that the situation was handled professionally. On Facebook selected the Newspaper, nevertheless, to ask rhetorically: "can Withstand the we do not a bit of snow in Norway?" In the comments was bakkemannskapenes efforts quickly redefined as a scandal.

Strategy 3 is to direct calls to the readers. Here it happens that the journalist takes over the source of the voice, as when NRK will warn against giftampuller along the coast: "you See such a on the beach, you must stay away from!" In the actual case, it is the police and the two counselors in the Kystlotteriet that warns.

Strategy 4 is to express a feeling. The newspaper regularly use the phrase "Norway, that is!", like supplemented with hearts and overraska emojifjes, as a commentary on romantic stories. And both the NRK and the newspaper Dagbladet congratulations jubilanter and extend our condolences when famous people die.

Strategy 5 is to express an explicitly subjective point of view. This is like moral judgements, as in the example with stumbling blocks. Here, we find the most obvious violations of traditional journalism.

Two tendencies recur across these strategies. For the first use Dagbladet them far more frequently than NRK; a commercial tabloid newspaper can challenge conventions more than a statskringkaster. Secondly, it is clear that the strategies do not fit on all cases. The less controversial a news story is, the more subjective and fortolkende rhetoric uses the journalists.

at the same time try and fail to clarify where the border runs. One can use a latteremoji to present a case that the Right sinks in the polls? When the Newspaper chose an angry face for selling in a case of a father who attacks datteras the killer in the courtroom, meant the editors in the aftermath that they had gone too far.

When nyhetsjournalistene is using Facebook to signal what we shall think about the matter, it is easy to accuse them of breaking with objektivitetsidealet. In some cases, it is also obvious that nyhetspoenget becomes distorted in the pursuit of whales and the reactions. At the same time, it is naive to believe that nyhetsjournalistikken is objective in the first place. It happens on Facebook, is in many cases that the journalist amplifies or makes explicit a view that whatever is between the lines in the story of the day. Therefore, the subjective presentations on Facebook also be seen as a ærligere and more transparent form of journalism, where the journalist does not try to hide behind the sources.

Whatever the viewpoint, it is obvious that social media forces us to think again about the nyhetsjournalistikken.

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