What Does a Journalist Do?

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Journalists search for news and bring it to the public as fast as possible. Their main aim is to present stories in a clear, engaging style. They may go to press launches, council meeting, courts and other events in search of news and stories. They also interview people by phone or in person.
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Journalism is what a journalist practices. It is the act of conveying news, opinions and other forms of media to the public. Media is often said to be a way for people in power to manipulate the ideas and views of the people of the world!
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