Learning Goal: I’m working on a communications writing question and need an expl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a communications writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Use the information to complete the docx belowRead the API’s Media Insight Project Report. (Links to an external site.) Select from one of these two news topics: 1.) Current news coverage of the U.S economy or 2.) Current news coverage of the U.S. Supreme Court. Find at least three mainstream news articles on one of those two topics. After reading the news articles you found, determine how many of the five core journalism values identified in the API report are reflected in the U.S. news media’s coverage of the topic you selected.The three examples of news coverage you cite must be from established, credible, traditional news media outlets. Do not quote from government sites, educational sites or individual bloggers. If you are not sure if an article is from a news source, read the About Us section of the website or research the website before using the site as a source. Your report must include links to the articles so that I may easily read them as well. You must address each of the five values even if it is to explain why a value is not evident in the reporting. You may provide more than three news sources if you like, but you must provide links to the news articles you use to illustrate your position. As a reminder, here are the five core journalism values identified in the API report:Oversight: This value measures how strongly a person feels there is a need to monitor people in power and know what public officials are doing or saying. The flip side of this value is worry about intrusiveness or this oversight becoming a hindrance, getting in the way, or placing too much importance on insignificant events.
Transparency: This is the idea that transparency is usually the best cure for what’s wrong in the world, and that on balance it’s usually better for things to be public than for things to be kept secret. The inverse is that sometimes the need to keep things secret is more important than the public’s right to know and that most problems can be solved without embarrassing facts being laid out in the open.
Factualism: This value measures whether on balance more facts are always better and facts are the key to knowing what is true. The flip side is that the truth is more than just a matter of adding facts and that this emphasis on factualism can mask bias.
Giving voice to the less powerful: This value measures whether people want to amplify the voices of people who aren’t ordinarily heard and if a society should be judged on how it treats the least fortunate. The inverse instinct is that inequalities will always exist and favoring the least fortunate does not always help them.
Social criticism: This value measures how important people think it is to put a spotlight on a community’s problems in order to solve them. The flip side puts more emphasis on the value of celebrating things that are going right or working well in order to reinforce them and encourage more of them
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