Why is the genre being excluded (as a separate, independent page) and resisted by Wikipedia, although its "Journalism Genres" (9) highlights such derivatives and sub-categories as Ambush journalism, Celebrity or people journalism, Churnalism
, Convergence journalism, Investigative journalism, New journalism, Science journalism, and Sports journalism?
But fewer journalists with more space to fill means doing more work in less time often leading to a greater use of unattributed rewrites of press agency or public relations material and the cut and paste practice now known as churnalism
(Davies 2008; Lee-Wright, Phillips and Witschge 2011).
La produccion de contenidos de investigacion y socialmente responsable es cara, por encima del denominado churnalism
o de contenidos de poca calidad o de simple entretenimiento.
In an era of churnalism
the Irishman doggedly pursued his conviction that Armstrong had duped his way to seven Tour de France victories - even after his newspaper was successfully sued for libel in 2004.
Judging panel chairman Peter Sands added: "What really impressed the judges was that against the backdrop of smaller staffs and so-called churnalism
there has been a real investment in quality journalism.