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Wendt Malgorzata Z., Aberystwyth University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Year: 2019 Vol: 1 Issue: 1 Pages: 65-70
Section: Liberal arts
Abstract: This article focuses on subject of the news values and their use in creating every day news contents in a various kinds of medium – television, radio, newspapers and social media and their popularity among the people in the UK based on OFCOM News consumption in the UK: 2018 report. It explains what are the news values, lists them and shows examples of their use and possible threats to them, like fake news, which might leads to untrustworthiness and unreliability.
Keywords: news, media, values
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