It’s a well-known motto of the journalism: “Good news is no news.” This is one of the first lessons to be taught in communications schools. Although people don’t like to adopt it, this motto gets under the subconscious and begins to work underneath.
Truly, when we scan through the media, it would be a surprise to find “a good” news. While the media cover disasters, murders, crisis extensively, finding a positive development is like searching a needle in haystack.
Most of us start the day reading newspapers or watching news bulletins. But how many of us hadn’t thought “Doesn’t anything good happens in this world?” and started the day with a sullen face.
“THE JOLLY GOOD NEWS” NOW!
We are preparing the “The Jolly Good News” blog to dissolve this negativity in our lives and in the media. Our purpose is to show there still can be good things happening in the world. And to prove good news can be the news.
YOU HAVE THE GOOD NEWS!
“The Jolly Good News” might not be very actual, perhaps we cannot publish a good news everyday and update our blog, maybe we will also feel desperate. Here comes your part: we will evaluate the good news you will send to firstname.lastname@example.org. By doing this, we believe that good news will take more attention and we will share more good news.
WHAT IS GOOD NEWS?
The good – and of course the bad – is a relative concept. A good news for us can be a bad news for another person or a bad news can be useful for someone else. While we are choosing good news, we will try to be distant from politics, economy, sport and magazine. Of course we won’t avoid them totally. Our criteria of good news are making everybody feel and think positively. Positive developments in environment, health, science, culture, art and many other global fields are in the range of “The Jolly Good News”. From a worldwide success of an artist to a new medicine discovered in rain forests, everything that will make us think positively and hope for the future will take place in “The Jolly Good News”.
We hope that this good news gradually increase and cover more place in the media. May they prove us there are good things happening in the world.