20 Jul 2022
20 Jul 2022
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Analyzing The Factor and Work Model of Environmental Journalistin Renewable Energy

Marlinda Irwanti Poernomo1, Ridzki Rinanto Sigit2, Maria M. Widiantari3, and Fathul Qorib4 Marlinda Irwanti Poernomo et al.
  • 1School of Communication, Sahid University, Jakarta, 12870, Indonesia
  • 2School of Communication, Sahid University, Jakarta, 12870, Indonesia
  • 3Communication Science Department, University of Merdeka Madiun, Madiun, 63133, Indonesia
  • 4Communication Science Department, Tribhuwana Tunggadewi University, Malang, 65144, Indonesia

Abstract. This quantitative research aimed to analyse environmental journalists' factors and work models in renewable energy. This study found that circumstance factors and the media agenda determine journalistic work. In presenting environmental topics, it is influenced by how the decision factor editors and journalists determine whether this coverage will be explored. The deadline time and the target given by the editor make in-depth environmental news coverage rarely done by journalists on common media platforms. In environmental news coverage, technical factors such as understanding the topic, data accuracy, reliability, and confirmation statement from expert sources influence the journalists' in-depth coverage.

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The result in this research depict opinion that journalist will have an important role in the driving and mobilization of discourse. Such as innovation actions and solutions that exist at the level of actors. It also found that high internal motivation from journalist, where 98 percent respondent stated interested to know renewable energy topic and 90 percent stated willing to attend workshops or training in this theme to learn the systematic topics in this issue more systematically.