Journalism is an attitude, not a profession – so say experienced journalists. There is a lot of truth in that statement. A true journalist is a journalist 24/7. The key is an incessant natural curiosity of the world, events and people, easiness of conversation and inquisitiveness.
Journalism should be about the so-called journalism triangle, which covers: knowledge, ethics and technique. Technique and knowledge can be taught in college, but an ethical approach to the profession depends on an internal system of standards and principles. This course is a good offer for those interested in the media, social communication, multimedia, advertising and public relations, as well as in local government and local press.