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News is essentially new information or current events. This article discusses news in the context of journalism.
News is reported by newspapers, television and radio programs, Web sites, RSS feeds and wire services. News reporting is a type of journalism, typically written or broadcast in news style. Most news is investigated and presented by journalists (or reporters) and often distributed via news agencies. If the content of news is significant enough, it eventually becomes history.

“Storytelling is humanity’s oldest form of literacy.” The words of Kate Mitchoff (2005) suggest that each human is born with the ability to use verbal communication to teach, explain, and entertain. The oral description of events, either real or imagined, is known as the practice of storytelling. Some stories that have been told from parent to child, one generation at a time, have been repeated, adapted and improved from a time when there was no television, no radio, no newspaper, indeed, no paper. Some of the most tragic of these stories carry the most important of messages that teach the most important lessons of life. The messages sustain ideas, and ideals. They help us all better understand the human experience. Stories may be found in the home relationship between parent and child. Stories are found in classrooms attended by children and adults. They are seen in the intimacy of family, the complexity of business, and the widespread public experience of leadership and followership. The vast modern entertainment industry is built upon a foundation of sophisticated multimedia storytelling. The following text describes some of the known history and theory of storytelling.

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pa·theti·cal·ly adv.
Synonyms: pathetic, pitiful, pitiable, piteous, lamentable.
These adjectives describe what inspires or deserves pity. Something pathetic elicits sympathetic sadness and compassion: “a most earnest... entreaty, addressed to you in the most pathetic tones of the voice so dear to you” (Charles Dickens). Both pitiful and pitiable apply to what is touchingly sad: “She told a most pitiful story” (Samuel Butler). “The emperor had been in a state of pitiable vacillation” (William Hickling Prescott). Sometimes these three terms connote contemptuous pity, as for what is hopelessly inept or inadequate: a school with pathetic academic standards. “To be guided by second-hand conjecture is pitiful” (Jane Austen). “That cold accretion called the world, which, so terrible in the mass, is so unformidable, even pitiable, in its units” (Thomas Hardy). Piteous applies to what cries out for pity: “They... made piteous lamentation to us to save them” (Daniel Defoe). Lamentable suggests the evocation of pity buy cialis online mixed with sorrow: “Tell thou the lamentable tale of me,/And send the hearers weeping to their beds” (Shakespeare).


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