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  • A profession whose purpose is to communicate information, analysis, commentary, and entertainment to the public. The work carried out by reporters, editors, photographers, videographers, publishers, and producers involves collecting, preparing, and distributing news or current events of public interest via a variety of media. The products of journalism are generally frequently published periodicals including newspapers, consumer and trade magazines, television, radio, pamphlets, newsletters, film, books, and the World Wide Web. While the industry was closely associated with newspapers for centuries, it is now just as commonly associated with the electronic media.

    Journalistic censorship involves the restriction, suppression, or altering of writing, speech, ideas, or opinions and can occur either before publication or broadcast (preemptive) or afterward (punitive). Those who seek to censor may do so because ...

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