However, it is good and commendable that the writers of headlines-chronicles - news, do your duty to report, believing and assuming the ideological trends of their day, as well as respecting those of others.
"When the journalist is part of the media is aware that the road must be paved, not exactly, with praise and congratulations, but roses and thorns." There are few professionals in the world and called journalists who are serving the public, who want to do his duty and the role that society has given them: to inform, inform-free citizens, with competence and professionalism, we all hope they have. This is call comes in, no doubt, investigative journalism.
When you come to sell many newspapers undoubtedly communicators make future reporting news (because we all read), and in conjunction with the broadcast networks (which we all envision) and Internet (all keyboards), planning information and events national and international spheres. This occurs for moderate power, and in some ways, the government of the day. In this way, and we have proved many times, the latter will feel an obligation to comply with their political ideologies-programmed in their election campaigns, so that, in this way, satisfy the electorate that voted for: If they do, men of law will be considered. In other words, act properly and comply with their professional obligations.
However, it is good and commendable that the writers of headlines-chronicles - news, do your duty to report, believing and assuming the ideological trends of their day, as well as respecting those of others. It is good that there are a number of ideas and opinions, then enrich the Spanish social life and the world. Journalists-writers-have come away with ethics and professionalism, and although the press is not entirely generated by public opinion, certainly, that populate it.
We must comment, however, that within their professionalism, journalists must perform three basic tasks: a) to denounce the government of the day, who commit abuses in the exercise of their functions; b) criticize them when they are mistake, and c) praise them when they hit.
The writers of journalism idealistic and vocational, for without calling can not continue in this vocation (by profession), are well aware of the daily struggle, his fight-the minute and second to second-against time, the latter is its main enemy. They should go out for news-clear, concise and concrete, to make their newspapers: print and Internet media, when in possession of them, at the speed of lightning, passing through their computers, for later and through a perfect gear-editors, proofreaders, etc.. -Take them to the printing presses that make the paper (each twenty-four hours) and place them at the hands of readers.
Speed and accuracy: two keys difficult to reconcile and that they-the-day writers are carried out with the best of the illusions and saving multiple setbacks. This shows ... to what extent the media are necessary in any democratic country that boasts to be. The press plays fair: Maybe they are the current social and political developments, those who imposed this heavy responsibility: to inform. For good and bad about others.
Those who are in power, politicians, afraid of losing the last, and are uncomfortable that journalists express their views. They have to, because it is the duty and professionalism at the same time. Katharine_Graham, publisher of The Washington Post and Award Pulitzer 19,998, was in the right when he said that "publishers can have very few friends." Nor have many reporters.
The prose writer-reporter who has to translate their everyday articles, reviews, interviews ... he discovers for himself and for others the small / large "literary" journalism is passed novelists, or vice versa.
Knowing how and when to anticipate events newsworthy. Try to not lie, plus one would make in two specific cases: a) to save the life of a human being and b) to praise the beauty of a woman am assuming that for one there are just fewer women beautiful, because every woman has her charm. We conclude by saying that according to our proverb reads, "The writing is writing, words are the wind takes them." But when the journalist-communicator is part of the caseloads of the media undoubtedly aware that the road must be paved must go, not exactly, with praise and congratulations, but roses and thorns thorns and very few roses.