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Blame the river.

As long as the other's blame is, that's how it will keep us going...


It's great what's happening with journalism. It's a reflection of us as a society, of clear.I start at the end: almost all journalists were angry with “social networks,” because now “everyone attacks them."We review.They started badly, because I don't think there is one who does not have profuse activity on their Twitter account (the network they prefer and the most profuse activity in their Twitter account.Now, many who did not, criticize the government in a suspicious and sudden loss of objectivity, given that the vast majority of things they say are false. Perhaps the owners of the media they work for have lowered an order, given that the government is investing or is going to invest much less in communication. It is that the government, in addition to having to lower spending, also discovered communication by networks... Perhaps it will be true that the vast majority of journalists “by name” receive hats for speaking ill from the government.Finally, they dismiss the good things that are happening: they are impartial. What is a sin for a journalist.How do they pretend that people do not reject them?Social networks allow everyone to tell their truth. And beyond trolls, which are far less and much less influential than they say, people trust peers more than journalists. And they choose to attack social networks (let someone tell them they're their readers...) We're that great. We do something wrong, we do wrong and we blame the other one! Introspection, zero. Accept reality and own blame, zero. Improve professionally, zero. Justice, zero. Value the intelligence of your readers, zero. But to be amazed and indignant without understanding reality... Digital media and social media are changing the world. Someone said they are a revolution in the style of the Industrial Revolution. I would say we have to accept them, master them and use them for profit. But as long as the other is to blame it, that's how it will keep us going.

Publication Date: 22/05/2018

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