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Re: [FYI] (Fwd) FC: Italian journalist praises registration, taxesfor w
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- Subject: Re: [FYI] (Fwd) FC: Italian journalist praises registration, taxesfor w
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- Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2001 11:45:24 +0200 (CEST)
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> professional journalist must pass an official and formal examination
> led by a national authority. Besides this, everybody can publish
> whatsoever on papers. About the medium, any regular publication
> (journalistic or not) in Italy must be registered at a Public Court
> Registry, have an official director (not necessarily a professional),
> a professional staff only in the case of a true news paper, and so. In
> any way, an online news spread (of a journalistic kind) is journalism.
> A web site that tries to cheat a shortcut to publish an online
> newspaper (or news serials) must be registered as well as an analog
> edition. Rules must be equal for everyone. This was in the interest of
> the right of the citizens, the correct competition, the quality of the
> news, the credibility of the informations, the reliability of sources,
Schoene Begruendung, oder ?
Es ist vielleicht etwas wie Alkohol in Schweden. Vielleicht streitetn man
sich in Italien ueber die News eher, glaubt eher dem gedrucktem Wort.