Constructive journalism is a response to increasing tabloidization, sensationalism and negativity bias of the news media today. It is an approach that aims to provide audiences with a fair, accurate and contextualised picture of the world, without overemphasizing the negative and what is going wrong.
Constructive Journalism Models
In this section we present the theoretical foundation of constructive journalism. Constructive journalism is a cultural shift which changes the role of journalists, our goals and our focus. It is a shift which looks to the future and seeks to leave the news audience inspired, hopeful and motivated.
Other Journalism Approaches
In this section we focus on three interesting journalism approaches. There are a myriad of new journalism techniques and concepts and these are just three of many that we think reflect our “Three Pillar Approach”; looking for solutions, embracing nuance and shades of grey, and connecting society.