Quality journalism is a self-explanatory thing: it is genuinely good journalism. A journalist that incorporates all of their principles and criteria into their work, expressing who they are as well as telling their story thoroughly, would be considered a great journalist in most cases. Quality journalism is inventive yet traditional. It is sensible, risky, and relevant to the world. Presentation tells a lot about the story and the publication it is printed in so it is all but natural for a news organization to want to invest in only the best journalism around.
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