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How important is to be in depth involved and educated in politics, perhaps even with a political standpoint vs. How do you as an editor and Der Spiegel as a newspaper choose and prioritize the themes and stories that are published?
Time vs. Would you ever compromise between a highly researched story that takes time to accomplish and becomes not a very trendy topic because of the time it takes vs. Der Spiegel has a very large fact-checking department with over 60 researchers.
Why so many and what are their duties? When it comes the responsibility of being ethical, how much is this a question of a personal morality and how much is it based on the ethics of the media one works in.
For example, having such a large fact-checking department basically forces a journalist to be more responsible in their reporting, simply because there is no room for mistakes and there are others who will review the story they are working on.
When reporting on daily politics vs. Additionally, in what way is the coverage of international and global politics dependent on knowing the history and the local politics of parties involved and is it possible to be truly specialized in reporting on something as broad as global politics vs regional or local political reporting.
Does journalism influence the politics and if so how much and in what way and is this something that journalism should do? What are examples of how ethical and truthful reporting can change the public discourse regarding politics - without this being the intention behind the story. Can you give us a short "formula" for this concept of ethical reporting that changes politics vs.
What is political journalism?
AGENCIJSKO NOVINARSTVO, Diskurs agencijskog novinarstva, Dinko Gruhonjić 2.pdf
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