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Joan Singer, Norms and the Network note:s
     The opposite of position; The public no longer occupies a distinct space or role apart from the journalist's
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norms and the network

Objectivity works in a world in which the end product itself reproduces the same roles: a newspaper or news broadcast that enables readers or viewers to look at the day's occurrences but not to directly engage in them. 121

Distance: In a digital environment, boundaries are difficult to sustain... among products, ideas, people or social roles. Distances collapse online. Physical distance is erased by the immediacy with which any message can span the globe. Intellectual distance is erased by the intricate and extensive interconnections among all manner of information, and social distance by similar interconnections among all manner of people. Professional distance, as such as that maintained by journalists although adherence to objectivity as a normative stance, is erased b the fact that the role of information provider is no longer limited to "professionals."121

In a digital media environemnt, the public no longer occupies a distinct space or role apart from the journalist's. We are all citizens of the network, and we all contribute to it. Serving today's public means conveying not just the "news" but also as much as possible about who and what went into creating it. 121



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